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Mar 22 2017
I can confirm that this fixes the LLVM regression tests on Arch Linux. Many thanks for finding the cause and fixing it.
[100%] Running the LLVM regression tests -- Testing: 20099 tests, 64 threads -- Testing: 0 .. 10.. 20.. 30.. 40.. 50.. 60.. 70.. 80.. 90.. Testing Time: 121.54s Expected Passes : 19351 Expected Failures : 137 Unsupported Tests : 611 [100%] Built target check-llvm
By the way, what could probably be somewhat helpful, are the PKGBUILD file that I use for building the LLVM/Clang packages, and the build script (it runs every 6 hours, providing binary packages for those users of Arch's AUR for whom the build is too heavy):
Of specific interest might be the build() function in the PKGBUILD, in case I'm doing something uncommon (though I believe this shouldn't be the case).
May 21 2016
Dmitry, for a few days now I'm seeing another regression test failure. It has most likely appeared in the 6 hours frame after r269852, because that's the period of my automatic builds, and r269852 was the last to pass the tests successfully. The failure this time is on both x86_64 and i686:
May 9 2016
@DmitryPolukhin: Dmitry, all tests now pass fine on my setup, both on i686 and x86_64. Thanks for taking care of this issue!
May 7 2016
Just to confirm seeing exactly the same error as @foutrelis on Arch i686 (and everything else pass too), but when building the current 3.9.0svn trunk with only this patch applied unmodified on it. Thus, it's probably not likely to be something connected to Evangelos' specific setup.