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Please document on this page about methods for standards testing, compiler validation, and regression testing. ### OpenBSD regress OpenBSD's CVS contains code for regression tests for pcc at /usr/src/regress/usr.bin/pcc/. [CVS Web](http://www.openbsd.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb/src/regress/usr.bin/pcc//usr/src/regress/usr.bin/pcc/) TODO: please document how to use OpenBSD regress ### GCC Testsuite [[GCC_Testsuite]] can also be used. See [[here|GCC_Testsuite]] for details. ### mcpp's Validation Suite for Standard C Conformance of Preprocessing The BSD-licensed mcpp (Matsui cpp) at <http://mcpp.sourceforge.net/> provides the "Validation Suite for Standard C Conformance of Preprocessing". It comes with cpp\_test tool that can be used to test 265 tests and provides scores. The very long ./doc/cpp-test.html document provides details how to run cpp\_test tool. The ./doc/mcpp-summary.pdf file describes the results of the tests versus several cpp implementations. TODO: test this and document here and send results back to the mcpp project to be included in their results. ### Pkgsrc Pkgsrc package build system can be used with pcc compiler if you want a way to quickly test "pcc" for a lot of "third-party" software (including doing entire bulk builds attempting thousands of packages): PKGSRC_COMPILER=pcc Also set PCCBASE to where your bin/pcc is at (/usr/pkg is the default). Note that NetBSD's pkgsrc package build system is portable and is used as the primary package build system for DragonFly and some distributions of Linux as well as NetBSD. It also has support for several operating systems. pkgsrc also has support for selecting a custom compiler suite, including: pcc, Tru64 ccc, Intel icc, SGI IRIS, HPUX compiler, SGI's MIPSpro 64 and 32 compilers, Sun WorkShip/Forte/Sun ONE Studio, GCC, and IBM's XL compiler. It also has support for psuedo compilers: ccache, distcc and f2c. ### Commercial Compiler Testing Click [[here|Commercial_Validation]] for commercial services that provide compiler validation and testing.
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