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Created by Michael Hudson-Doyle on 2010-03-15 and last modified on 2010-03-15
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23194. By verte on 2009-10-24

Initial commit, mostly just failing tests.

23193. By verte on 2009-10-21

Experiment with adding extensive effect anaysis to pypy.

23192. By antocuni on 2009-10-21

add an XXX to remind that an ootype optimization is missing

23191. By fijal on 2009-10-21

Check in raising GiveUp when number of fail args for guards exceeds
some limit (1000 for now)

23190. By pedronis on 2009-10-20

- make the test executable take a name, not a number,
- make the initial n an argument defaulting to 2000

23189. By pedronis on 2009-10-20

make test_newgc compile standalone, also the executable takes the (test) name string not a number anymore as first argument.

adjust test_asmgcroot, there is some more duplication between the two tests setup code, too bad for now

23188. By arigo on 2009-10-20

I would like to write "test and fix", but instead the fix
is not necessary for the test to pass... This is due to
the fact that equal strings are considered as identical
both when run directly and on top of llinterp. I am not
going to change that now...

23187. By benjamin on 2009-10-19

remove unused constants

23186. By pedronis on 2009-10-19

(cfbolz, pedronis) some more tests, switch the option to --pypy, kill unused directory

23185. By pedronis on 2009-10-19

(cfbolz, pedronis): a test for a virtual instance and for adding int and float

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