This is a repository for the work of the RISC-V Foundation Compliance Task Group. The repository owners are: - Jeremy Bennett (Embecosm) - Lee Moore (Imperas)
Details of the RISC-V Foundation, the work of its task groups, and how to become a member can be found at riscv.org.
For more details on the test format spec see: 'spec/TestFormatSpec.adoc'
The following are the exhaustive list of disclaimers that can be used as waivers by target owners when reporting the status of pass/fail on the execution of the architectural suite on their respective targets.
The references uploaded for the following misaligned load/store tests will match targets which do not support misaligned load/stores in hardware. Targets with hardware misaligned support for load/stores will fail these tests.
The references uploaded for the following misaligned instruction tests will match targets which have compressed extension support enabled by default. Targets without the compressed extension support will fail the following tests:
The machine mode trap handler used in the privilege tests assumes one of the following conditions. Targets not satisfying any of the following conditions are bound to fail the entire rv32im/privilege and rv64im/privilege tests:
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