[MAGEEC] [BEEBS] Mystery Files
george.field at bristol.ac.uk
Fri Aug 15 16:02:31 BST 2014
As James rightly said, I'm currently making use of 1, 9, 12, and possibly
run-avr-measurement.sh, 12, is simply a script that invokes the dejagnu
tests with the correct environment variables set. I haven't used
run-all.sh, I'm not aware of it's purpose!
If the DejaGNU options are going to be removed, then 12 can also go - I'm
using it, but I can quite happily use my own copy without it being in the
On 15 August 2014 15:30, James Pallister <James.Pallister at bristol.ac.uk>
> All of the beebs/analysis/* files can be removed.
> I believe energytool.py, run.exp, and measure.exp were part of a dejagnu
> attempt by Pierre. I believe we aren't trying to support a method of
> running the benchmarks with v2 so these could be removed. I think George
> may be using them though to run on the shrimp?
> Likewise the run*.sh scripts could be removed?
> On 14/08/14 17:25, Andrew Burgess wrote:
> In the continuing push to clean up the beebs repository, I am now
> looking at a list of files, it is not clear to me what the files are for.
> - Are these files used by anyone?
> - Are they generally useful to others?
> I could probably dig through the files to try and figure out what they're
> for, if they are still useful, and if they should be kept, but I'm hoping
> that people will jump in to save their favourites, saving me the work :)
> Here's the list:
> 1. beebs/tools/energytool.py
> 2. beebs/analysis/all_stats.py
> 3. beebs/analysis/cmd.arm-none-eabi
> 4. beebs/analysis/cmd.avr-unknown-none
> 5. beebs/analysis/instruction_stats.py
> 6. beebs/analysis/Makefile.am
> 7. beebs/analysis/Makefile.in
> 8. beebs/analysis/simulator.in
> 9. beebs/beebs.test/measure.exp
> 10. beebs/beebs.test/run.exp
> 11. beebs/run-all.sh
> 12. beebs/run-avr-measurement.sh
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