Rémi Zara írta:
> Le 17 févr. 2010 à 12:18, Boszormenyi Zoltan a écrit :
>> Is this buildfarm member for detecting bugs in the already
>> obsolete NetBSD 5.0 BETA, or what? The final 5.0 and
>> two bugfix releases are already out for a while. The owner
>> of that particular machine should upgrade.
> I upgraded pika to NetBSD 5.0.2,
Thanks very much for that.
> and the problem is still there.
> There are some tests (in "core") which tests for NaN and Infinity, which pass. So either those tests are insufficient, or the code does something different there.
> Anything you want me to try ?
Here's the attached test code. Compile it with
gcc -Wall -o nantest nantest.c -lm
and run it. It tests NAN anf INFINITY values with isinf() and isnan().
The expected output is:
Instead of "computed", NetBSD/x86-64 prints "defined"
but the test results are the same as under Linux/x86-64.
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