[cgl_discussion] [ANNOUNCE] Open POSIX Test Suite 0.9.0
Fleischer, Julie N
julie.n.fleischer at intel.com
Mon Mar 24 15:46:15 PST 2003
I had mentioned in a previous PoC meeting that I would publish the results
of the POSIX Test Suite Timers tests against a kernel with HRT integrated.
They are now available at:
Previous test passes (against the HRT and alternate timers patches) are at
**These views are not necessarily those of my employer.**
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Selbak, Rolla N [mailto:rolla.n.selbak at intel.com]
> Sent: Monday, March 24, 2003 3:42 PM
> To: 'cgl_discussion at osdl.org'
> Subject: [cgl_discussion] [ANNOUNCE] Open POSIX Test Suite 0.9.0
> > Release 0.9.0 of the Open POSIX Test Suite is now available at
> > http://posixtest.sourceforge.net. This third release contains POSIX
> > conformance tests for the POSIX functions:
> > Threads (90% - not including tagged or rwlock-related functions)
> > Signals (90% complete)
> > Message queues (100% complete)
> > Semaphores (100% complete)
> > Timers (100% complete - tags TMR and CS)
> > It also contains bug fixes from 0.2.0.
> > The release notes that appear on download describe how to
> compile and run
> > these tests.
> > The README page and the Open POSIX Test Suite website
> (above) give more
> > information on the project goals and progress as well as
> information on
> > how
> > to contribute or contact us if you are interested.
> > Many thanks to Jim Houston, Jerome Marchand and other
> members of the POSIX
> > testing community
> > for their bug fixes, patches, and suggestions on how to
> improve the 0.2.0
> > suite.
> > The Open POSIX Test Suite is an open source test suite with
> the goal of
> > creating conformance test suites, as well as potentially
> functional and
> > stress test suites, to the functions described in the IEEE
> Std 1003.1-2001
> > System Interfaces specification. Initial work is focusing
> on timers,
> > threads, semaphores, signals, and message queues.
> > Feel free to contact
> posixtest-discuss at lists.sourceforge.net if you would
> > like further information.
> > Rolla
> > * my views are not necessarily my employer's *
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