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Aiethel
Aiethel commented Oct 19, 2019

While the test_suite presented in #589 does work, it is still pretty simple and can be improved and enhanced.

  • Add tests for gnutils and coreutils.
  • Add necessary utilities so more complex programs can be compiled from sources.
  • Integrate CMake, so one could write something like make validate and the subset of test that is deemed necessary (for example everything with min t
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mmcloughlin
mmcloughlin commented Jan 7, 2019

We are reliant primarily on the examples for testing at this point. It would be good to "stress" the allocator because I would be (pleasantly) surprised if it's bug-free.

  • More extensive unit testing
  • Integration test under tests/ that (for example) uses the max number of registers of a given kind and confirms the register allocator doesn't fall over
  • More specifically, handling of "cast
feutl
feutl commented Sep 4, 2019

After running NC with NCP for more then a year with over 2 million files stored on it, I asked myself if the mysql/mariadb DB needs to be maintained?
I searched the internet and the simplest solution I found was using

sudo mysqlcheck -o --all-databases

This reduced the DB size from around 950MB to a little over 800MB and NC seems to be a little more responsive (but this could homeopat

MOVED TO: https://github.com/cirosantilli/linux-kernel-module-cheat#userland-assembly SEE README. x86 IA-32 and x86-64 userland minimal examples tutorial. Hundreds of runnable asserts. Nice GDB setup. IO done with libc, so OS portable in theory. NASM and GAS covered. Tested in Ubuntu 18.04. Containers (ELF), linking, calling conventions. System land cheat at: https://github.com/cirosantilli/x86-bare-metal-examples, ARM cheat at: https://github.com/cirosantilli/arm-assembly-cheat

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