based on the last RISC-V workshop in Shanghai, a new task group aiming at creating compliance test suite for RISC-V implementations was formed. As a chair of this group, I would like to invite you to participate. The main goals of this group for now are these:
to define the form of formal specification for compliance tests, to define organization of files and versioning, to define the form of tests themselves, to define suitable coverage metrics for tests, to clearly distinguish between verification vs. compliance. If you are willing to help us with these goals, do not hesitate to contact me or request the membership of Compliance TG.
by Marcela Zachariasova …
I just submitted a glibc patch set to the upstream mailing list, and pending the code reviews I hope we will make it upstream by the 2.26 release slated for early August. Darius, Andrew and I have offered to be maintainers of the port.
We currently also have Linux patches in progress, which have been progressing well. I hope we’ll be able to make it into the 4.14 release, though 4.13 might still be a possibility. With any luck I’ll be able to get through another round of code review in the next week or so and then we’ll see how well we’re doing.
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