div pipe tests no longer function correctly - 2 days before a code-freeze
is needed - because changes to pia have been carried out without also
updating the code that uses it.
I did update soc.git to work when I finished the new version of pia
on Thu, 3 Sep 2020 21:32:56 -0700
update to match refactored power-instruction-analyzer API
matches the api of power-instruction-analyzer commit e828d2acecc25a82d5c29b765163a10993547566
I'll check tomorrow morning, but I'm pretty sure it works fine and Luke somehow failed to update power-instruction-analyzer.
Am inclined to close as invalid, but will wait till I can thoroughly test it.
(In reply to Jacob Lifshay from comment #3)
> I'll check tomorrow morning, but I'm pretty sure it works fine and Luke
> somehow failed to update power-instruction-analyzer.
> Am inclined to close as invalid, but will wait till I can thoroughly test it.
Am currently running the tests, so far it appears to be working as expected.
yes i updated the simulator pseudocode for divwe etc and i think the div long test is the one most likely to catch errors.
i am not 100% sure we cover enough though.
thank you for checking.
(In reply to Jacob Lifshay from comment #5)
> Am currently running the tests, so far it appears to be working as expected.
All tests appear to work as expected, no errors caused by power-instruction-analyzer.
commit 0d233dbc5d08d7f6c98a68a1d4f0cb94157c97a1 (HEAD -> master, origin/master, origin/HEAD)
Author: Jacob Lifshay <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Tue Sep 22 11:42:49 2020 -0700
Revert "disable pia in div tests"
Bug #497 resolved as invalid
This reverts commit 05b9baec72be4ef56de2ed56ec12cbf5f7f0eefe.