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Running individual tests from c-c++-common directory?

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I wanted to run individual test from gcc/testsuite/c-c++-common/ directory, but unfortunately there is no *.exp file as it is in other directories. This prevents me from running it as for i386 e.g.: make check RUNTESTFLAGS="i386.exp=avx512*".

I also couldn't find anything related to those tests in documentation. Is there any special approach for that?

posted Sep 13, 2017 by Amit Mishra

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