PSARC 2015/122 GSL - GNU Scientific Library
authorRich Burridge <rich.burridge@oracle.com>
Tue, 14 Apr 2015 16:03:18 -0700
changeset 4119 bdf7d6775e82
parent 4118 14c44fb1869d
child 4120 d43b2b1dc558
PSARC 2015/122 GSL - GNU Scientific Library 18734452 Integrate GNU Scientific Library with -lsunperf support
components/libgsl/Makefile
components/libgsl/libgsl.license
components/libgsl/libgsl.p5m
components/libgsl/patches/fix-tests.patch
components/libgsl/patches/sunperf.patch
components/libgsl/test/results-i386-32.master
components/libgsl/test/results-i386-64.master
components/libgsl/test/results-sparc-32.master
components/libgsl/test/results-sparc-64.master
--- /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
+++ b/components/libgsl/Makefile	Tue Apr 14 16:03:18 2015 -0700
@@ -0,0 +1,108 @@
+#
+# CDDL HEADER START
+#
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+#
+
+include ../../make-rules/shared-macros.mk
+
+COMPONENT_NAME=		gsl
+COMPONENT_VERSION=	1.16
+COMPONENT_PROJECT_URL=	http://www.gnu.org/software/gsl/
+COMPONENT_SRC=		$(COMPONENT_NAME)-$(COMPONENT_VERSION)
+COMPONENT_ARCHIVE=	$(COMPONENT_SRC).tar.gz
+COMPONENT_ARCHIVE_HASH=	\
+    sha256:73bc2f51b90d2a780e6d266d43e487b3dbd78945dd0b04b14ca5980fe28d2f53
+COMPONENT_ARCHIVE_URL=	http://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/$(COMPONENT_NAME)/$(COMPONENT_ARCHIVE)
+COMPONENT_BUGDB=	library/libgsl
+
+TPNO=			21884
+
+include $(WS_MAKE_RULES)/prep.mk
+include $(WS_MAKE_RULES)/configure.mk
+include $(WS_MAKE_RULES)/ips.mk
+
+# Recreate configure and various Makefiles to pickup libsunperf changes.
+COMPONENT_PREP_ACTION = \
+	(cd $(@D) ; ACLOCAL=aclocal-1.11 AUTOMAKE=automake-1.11 autoreconf -f)
+
+# Get rid of compiler path set in RUNPATH.
+LDFLAGS += $(studio_NORUNPATH)
+
+LDFLAGS += $(CC_BITS)
+LDFLAGS += $(studio_PIC)
+LDFLAGS += $(studio_OPT)
+LDFLAGS += $(LD_Z_TEXT)
+LDFLAGS += $(LD_Z_DEFS)
+LDFLAGS += $(LD_DEF_LIBS)
+
+STUDIO_LIBS_PATH.32 =	/usr/lib/studio
+STUDIO_LIBS_PATH.64 =	/usr/lib/studio/64
+
+LDFLAGS += -L$(STUDIO_LIBS_PATH.$(BITS)) -R$(STUDIO_LIBS_PATH.$(BITS)) \
+		-lsunperf -lfsu -lmtsk -lpicl -lkstat
+
+CONFIGURE_ENV += CFLAGS="$(CFLAGS)"
+CONFIGURE_ENV += LDFLAGS="$(LDFLAGS)"
+
+COMPONENT_BUILD_ARGS += CFLAGS="$(CFLAGS)"
+COMPONENT_BUILD_ARGS += LDFLAGS="$(LDFLAGS)"
+
+CC += $(CC_BITS)
+
+# Needed to pass -norunpath to the shared library link.
+CC += $(studio_NORUNPATH)
+
+COMPONENT_TEST_ARGS =	-k -i
+
+# Master test results are different not only between 32-bit and 64-bit, but
+# also between x86 and SPARC (different # of tests run).
+COMPONENT_TEST_MASTER = \
+	$(COMPONENT_TEST_RESULTS_DIR)/results-$(MACH)-$(BITS).master
+
+COMPONENT_TEST_TRANSFORMS += \
+	'-e "s|^.*$(CC).*$$|XXX_CC_XXX|g" ' \
+	'-e "s|^.*source=.*libtool=no.*$$|XXX_CC_XXX|g" ' \
+	'-e "s|^.*DEPDIR=.deps.*$$|XXX_CC_XXX|g" ' \
+	'-e "/^XXX_CC_XXX$$/d" '
+
+# Needed for "gmake test" to work successfully.
+# If SHELLOPTS is exported (as it is by the userland makefiles),
+# then all shell options get exported to child invocations of bash,
+# which results in test failures due to nounset and xtrace being
+# set unexpectedly, and errors such as "$1: unbound variable" and
+# diffs failing due to script tracing in output files.
+unexport SHELLOPTS
+
+ASLR_MODE = $(ASLR_ENABLE)
+
+configure:	$(CONFIGURE_32_and_64)
+
+build:		$(BUILD_32_and_64)
+
+install:	$(INSTALL_32_and_64)
+
+test:		$(TEST_32_and_64)
+
+REQUIRED_PACKAGES += shell/ksh93
+REQUIRED_PACKAGES += system/library
+REQUIRED_PACKAGES += system/library/math
+REQUIRED_PACKAGES += system/library/openmp
+REQUIRED_PACKAGES += system/library/sunperf
--- /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
+++ b/components/libgsl/libgsl.license	Tue Apr 14 16:03:18 2015 -0700
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--- /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
+++ b/components/libgsl/libgsl.p5m	Tue Apr 14 16:03:18 2015 -0700
@@ -0,0 +1,278 @@
+#
+# CDDL HEADER START
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+# The contents of this file are subject to the terms of the
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+# You may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
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+<transform file path=usr.*/man/.+ -> default mangler.man.stability uncommitted>
+set name=pkg.fmri \
+    value=pkg:/library/[email protected]$(IPS_COMPONENT_VERSION),$(BUILD_VERSION)
+set name=pkg.summary value="a numerical library for C and C++ programmers"
+set name=pkg.description \
+    value="GNU GSL is a numerical library for C and C++ programmers. It provides a wide range of mathematical routines (over 1000 functions in total) such as random number generators, special functions and least-squares fitting."
+set name=com.oracle.info.description value="the GNU GSL library"
+set name=com.oracle.info.tpno value=$(TPNO)
+set name=info.classification \
+    value=org.opensolaris.category.2008:System/Libraries
+set name=info.source-url value=$(COMPONENT_ARCHIVE_URL)
+set name=info.upstream-url value=$(COMPONENT_PROJECT_URL)
+set name=org.opensolaris.arc-caseid value=PSARC/2015/122
+set name=org.opensolaris.consolidation value=$(CONSOLIDATION)
+file usr/bin/$(MACH64)/gsl-config path=usr/bin/gsl-config
+file usr/bin/$(MACH64)/gsl-histogram path=usr/bin/gsl-histogram
+file usr/bin/$(MACH64)/gsl-randist path=usr/bin/gsl-randist
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_blas.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_blas_types.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_block.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_block_char.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_block_complex_double.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_block_complex_float.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_block_complex_long_double.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_block_double.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_block_float.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_block_int.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_block_long.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_block_long_double.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_block_short.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_block_uchar.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_block_uint.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_block_ulong.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_block_ushort.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_bspline.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_cdf.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_chebyshev.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_check_range.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_combination.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_complex.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_complex_math.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_const.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_const_cgs.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_const_cgsm.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_const_mks.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_const_mksa.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_const_num.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_deriv.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_dft_complex.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_dft_complex_float.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_dht.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_diff.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_eigen.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_errno.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_fft.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_fft_complex.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_fft_complex_float.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_fft_halfcomplex.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_fft_halfcomplex_float.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_fft_real.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_fft_real_float.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_fit.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_heapsort.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_histogram.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_histogram2d.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_ieee_utils.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_inline.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_integration.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_interp.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_linalg.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_machine.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_math.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_matrix.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_matrix_char.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_matrix_complex_double.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_matrix_complex_float.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_matrix_complex_long_double.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_matrix_double.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_matrix_float.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_matrix_int.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_matrix_long.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_matrix_long_double.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_matrix_short.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_matrix_uchar.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_matrix_uint.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_matrix_ulong.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_matrix_ushort.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_message.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_min.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_minmax.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_mode.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_monte.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_monte_miser.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_monte_plain.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_monte_vegas.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_multifit.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_multifit_nlin.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_multimin.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_multiroots.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_multiset.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_nan.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_ntuple.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_odeiv.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_odeiv2.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_permutation.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_permute.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_permute_char.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_permute_complex_double.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_permute_complex_float.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_permute_complex_long_double.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_permute_double.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_permute_float.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_permute_int.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_permute_long.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_permute_long_double.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_permute_short.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_permute_uchar.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_permute_uint.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_permute_ulong.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_permute_ushort.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_permute_vector.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_permute_vector_char.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_permute_vector_complex_double.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_permute_vector_complex_float.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_permute_vector_complex_long_double.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_permute_vector_double.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_permute_vector_float.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_permute_vector_int.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_permute_vector_long.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_permute_vector_long_double.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_permute_vector_short.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_permute_vector_uchar.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_permute_vector_uint.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_permute_vector_ulong.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_permute_vector_ushort.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_poly.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_pow_int.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_precision.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_qrng.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_randist.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_rng.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_roots.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sf.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sf_airy.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sf_bessel.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sf_clausen.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sf_coulomb.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sf_coupling.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sf_dawson.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sf_debye.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sf_dilog.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sf_elementary.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sf_ellint.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sf_elljac.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sf_erf.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sf_exp.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sf_expint.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sf_fermi_dirac.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sf_gamma.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sf_gegenbauer.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sf_hyperg.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sf_laguerre.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sf_lambert.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sf_legendre.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sf_log.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sf_mathieu.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sf_pow_int.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sf_psi.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sf_result.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sf_synchrotron.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sf_transport.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sf_trig.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sf_zeta.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_siman.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sort.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sort_char.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sort_double.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sort_float.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sort_int.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sort_long.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sort_long_double.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sort_short.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sort_uchar.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sort_uint.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sort_ulong.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sort_ushort.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sort_vector.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sort_vector_char.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sort_vector_double.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sort_vector_float.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sort_vector_int.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sort_vector_long.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sort_vector_long_double.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sort_vector_short.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sort_vector_uchar.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sort_vector_uint.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sort_vector_ulong.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sort_vector_ushort.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_specfunc.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_spline.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_statistics.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_statistics_char.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_statistics_double.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_statistics_float.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_statistics_int.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_statistics_long.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_statistics_long_double.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_statistics_short.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_statistics_uchar.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_statistics_uint.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_statistics_ulong.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_statistics_ushort.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sum.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_sys.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_test.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_types.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_vector.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_vector_char.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_vector_complex.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_vector_complex_double.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_vector_complex_float.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_vector_complex_long_double.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_vector_double.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_vector_float.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_vector_int.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_vector_long.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_vector_long_double.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_vector_short.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_vector_uchar.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_vector_uint.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_vector_ulong.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_vector_ushort.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_version.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_wavelet.h
+file path=usr/include/gsl/gsl_wavelet2d.h
+link path=usr/lib/$(MACH64)/libgsl.so target=libgsl.so.0.17.0
+link path=usr/lib/$(MACH64)/libgsl.so.0 target=libgsl.so.0.17.0
+file path=usr/lib/$(MACH64)/libgsl.so.0.17.0
+file path=usr/lib/$(MACH64)/pkgconfig/gsl.pc
+link path=usr/lib/libgsl.so target=libgsl.so.0.17.0
+link path=usr/lib/libgsl.so.0 target=libgsl.so.0.17.0
+file path=usr/lib/libgsl.so.0.17.0
+file path=usr/lib/pkgconfig/gsl.pc
+file path=usr/share/aclocal/gsl.m4
+file path=usr/share/info/gsl-ref.info
+file path=usr/share/info/gsl-ref.info-1
+file path=usr/share/info/gsl-ref.info-2
+file path=usr/share/info/gsl-ref.info-3
+file path=usr/share/info/gsl-ref.info-4
+file path=usr/share/info/gsl-ref.info-5
+file path=usr/share/man/man1/gsl-config.1
+file path=usr/share/man/man1/gsl-histogram.1
+file path=usr/share/man/man1/gsl-randist.1
+file path=usr/share/man/man3/gsl.3
+license libgsl.license license="GPLv3, FDLv1.3"
--- /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
+++ b/components/libgsl/patches/fix-tests.patch	Tue Apr 14 16:03:18 2015 -0700
@@ -0,0 +1,104 @@
+Fixes bug #39055: gsl_poly_complex_solve fails on a 15th degree polynomial
+http://savannah.gnu.org/bugs/?39055
+Changes are already integrated upstream but not in a released version yet.
+
+--- gsl-1.16/poly/test.c.orig	2015-03-31 10:20:01.997591810 -0700
++++ gsl-1.16/poly/test.c	2015-03-31 10:20:13.280773508 -0700
[email protected]@ -25,11 +25,21 @@
+ #include <gsl/gsl_poly.h>
+ #include <gsl/gsl_heapsort.h>
+ 
++/* sort by Re(z) then by Im(z) */
+ static int
+ cmp_cplx(const double *a, const double *b)
+ {
+-	double t = (a[0] * a[0] + a[1] * a[1]) - (b[0] * b[0] + b[1] * b[1]);
+-	return t < 0.0 ? -1 : t > 0.0 ? 1 : 0;
++  double r = a[0] - b[0];
++
++  if (r == 0.0)
++    {
++      double t = a[1] - b[1];
++	    return t < 0.0 ? -1 : t > 0.0 ? 1 : 0;
++    }
++  else if (r < 0.0)
++    return -1;
++  else
++    return 1;
+ }
+ 
+ int
[email protected]@ -534,25 +544,26 @@
+        Problem reported by Munagala Ramanath (bug #39055)
+     */
+ 
+-    double a[16] = { 32, -48, -8, 28, -8, 16, -16, 12, -16, 6, 10, -17, 10, 2, -4, 1 };
++    double a[16] = { 32, -48, -8, 28, -8, 16, -16, 12,
++                    -16, 6, 10, -17, 10, 2, -4, 1 };
+     double z[16*2];
+ 
+-    double expected[16*20] = {
+-	   1.0000000000000000,  0.00000000000000000,
+-	   1.0000000000000000,  0.00000000000000000,
+-	  -1.0000000000000000,  0.00000000000000000,
+-	 -0.65893856175240950,  0.83459757287426684,
+-	 -0.65893856175240950, -0.83459757287426684,
+-	-0.070891117403341281,  -1.1359249087587791,
+-	-0.070891117403341281,   1.1359249087587791,
+-	   1.1142366961812986, -0.48083981203389980,
+-	   1.1142366961812986,  0.48083981203389980,
+-	  -1.3066982484920768,  0.00000000000000000,
+-	  0.57284747839410854,   1.1987808988289705,
+-	  0.57284747839410854,  -1.1987808988289705,
+-	  -1.6078107423472359,  0.00000000000000000,
+-	   2.0000000000000000,  0.00000000000000000,
+-	   2.0000000000000000,  0.00000000000000000 };
++    double expected[16*2] = {
++     -1.6078107423472359,    0.00000000000000000,
++     -1.3066982484920768,    0.00000000000000000,
++     -1.0000000000000000,    0.00000000000000000,
++     -0.65893856175240950,  -0.83459757287426684,
++     -0.65893856175240950,   0.83459757287426684,
++     -0.070891117403341281, -1.1359249087587791,
++     -0.070891117403341281,  1.1359249087587791,
++      0.57284747839410854,  -1.1987808988289705,
++      0.57284747839410854,   1.1987808988289705,
++      1.0000000000000000,    0.00000000000000000,
++      1.0000000000000000,    0.00000000000000000,
++      1.1142366961812986,   -0.48083981203389980,
++      1.1142366961812986,    0.48083981203389980,
++      2.0000000000000000,    0.00000000000000000,
++      2.0000000000000000,    0.00000000000000000 };
+ 
+     int i;
+ 
[email protected]@ -568,8 +579,8 @@
+ 
+     for (i = 0; i<15; i++)
+       {
+-        gsl_test_abs (z[2*i], expected[2*i], 1e-7, "z%d.real, 15th-order polynomial", i);
+-        gsl_test_abs (z[2*i+1], expected[2*i+1], 1e-7, "z%d.imag, 15th-order polynomial", i);
++        gsl_test_rel (z[2*i], expected[2*i], 1e-7, "z%d.real, 15th-order polynomial", i);
++        gsl_test_rel (z[2*i+1], expected[2*i+1], 1e-7, "z%d.imag, 15th-order polynomial", i);
+       }
+   }
+ 
[email protected]@ -654,12 +665,12 @@
+     x = -0.5;
+     gsl_poly_eval_derivs(c, 6, x, dc, 6);
+ 
+-    gsl_test_rel (dc[0], c[0] + c[1]*x + c[2]*x*x + c[3]*x*x*x + c[4]*x*x*x*x + c[5]*x*x*x*x*x , eps, "gsl_poly_eval_dp({+1, -2, +3, -4, +5, -6}, 3.75)");
+-    gsl_test_rel (dc[1], c[1] + 2.0*c[2]*x + 3.0*c[3]*x*x + 4.0*c[4]*x*x*x + 5.0*c[5]*x*x*x*x , eps, "gsl_poly_eval_dp({+1, -2, +3, -4, +5, -6} deriv 1, -12.375)");
+-    gsl_test_rel (dc[2], 2.0*c[2] + 3.0*2.0*c[3]*x + 4.0*3.0*c[4]*x*x + 5.0*4.0*c[5]*x*x*x , eps, "gsl_poly_eval_dp({+1, -2, +3, -4, +5, -6} deriv 2, +48.0)");
+-    gsl_test_rel (dc[3], 3.0*2.0*c[3] + 4.0*3.0*2.0*c[4]*x + 5.0*4.0*3.0*c[5]*x*x , eps,"gsl_poly_eval_dp({+1, -2, +3, -4, +5, -6} deriv 3, -174.0)");
+-    gsl_test_rel (dc[4], 4.0*3.0*2.0*c[4] + 5.0*4.0*3.0*2.0*c[5]*x, eps, "gsl_poly_eval_dp({+1, -2, +3, -4, +5, -6} deriv 4, +480.0)");
+-    gsl_test_rel (dc[5], 5.0*4.0*3.0*2.0*c[5] , eps, "gsl_poly_eval_dp({+1, -2, +3, -4, +5, -6} deriv 5, -720.0)");
++    gsl_test_rel (dc[0], c[0] + c[1]*x + c[2]*x*x + c[3]*x*x*x + c[4]*x*x*x*x + c[5]*x*x*x*x*x , eps, "gsl_poly_eval_derivs({+1, -2, +3, -4, +5, -6}, 3.75)");
++    gsl_test_rel (dc[1], c[1] + 2.0*c[2]*x + 3.0*c[3]*x*x + 4.0*c[4]*x*x*x + 5.0*c[5]*x*x*x*x , eps, "gsl_poly_eval_derivs({+1, -2, +3, -4, +5, -6} deriv 1, -12.375)");
++    gsl_test_rel (dc[2], 2.0*c[2] + 3.0*2.0*c[3]*x + 4.0*3.0*c[4]*x*x + 5.0*4.0*c[5]*x*x*x , eps, "gsl_poly_eval_derivs({+1, -2, +3, -4, +5, -6} deriv 2, +48.0)");
++    gsl_test_rel (dc[3], 3.0*2.0*c[3] + 4.0*3.0*2.0*c[4]*x + 5.0*4.0*3.0*c[5]*x*x , eps,"gsl_poly_eval_derivs({+1, -2, +3, -4, +5, -6} deriv 3, -174.0)");
++    gsl_test_rel (dc[4], 4.0*3.0*2.0*c[4] + 5.0*4.0*3.0*2.0*c[5]*x, eps, "gsl_poly_eval_derivs({+1, -2, +3, -4, +5, -6} deriv 4, +480.0)");
++    gsl_test_rel (dc[5], 5.0*4.0*3.0*2.0*c[5] , eps, "gsl_poly_eval_derivs({+1, -2, +3, -4, +5, -6} deriv 5, -720.0)");
+   }
+ 
+ 
--- /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
+++ b/components/libgsl/patches/sunperf.patch	Tue Apr 14 16:03:18 2015 -0700
@@ -0,0 +1,265 @@
+Changes needed to use Studio libsunperf on Solaris (if available).
+
+These changes will be sent upstream.
+
+--- gsl-1.16/configure.ac.orig	2014-05-16 05:57:01.088210548 -0700
++++ gsl-1.16/configure.ac	2015-04-10 11:57:45.589459045 -0700
[email protected]@ -101,6 +101,20 @@
+ AC_C_INLINE
+ AC_C_CHAR_UNSIGNED
+ 
++dnl Check for existing BLAS
++dnl look for BLAS in some typical places
++AM_CONDITIONAL(SOLARIS_SUNPERF, false)
++case "$host" in
++*-*-solaris*) 
++    AC_CHECK_LIB(sunperf,dcopy,BLAS=-lsunperf)
++    if test "$BLAS"; then
++        dnl Solaris BLAS library has performance benefits
++        AM_CONDITIONAL(SOLARIS_SUNPERF, true)
++        CFLAGS="-xlibmopt -xbuiltin=%default -xlibmil"
++    fi
++    ;;
++esac
++
+ GSL_CFLAGS="-I$includedir"
+ GSL_LIBS="-L$libdir -lgsl"
+ dnl macro from libtool - can be replaced with LT_LIB_M when we require libtool 2
+--- gsl-1.16/Makefile.am.orig	2014-05-16 06:23:30.414886190 -0700
++++ gsl-1.16/Makefile.am	2014-05-16 06:59:46.408524913 -0700
[email protected]@ -2,7 +2,14 @@
+ 
+ # AUTOMAKE_OPTIONS = readme-alpha
+ 
+-SUBDIRS = gsl utils sys test err const complex cheb block vector matrix permutation combination multiset sort ieee-utils cblas blas linalg eigen specfunc dht qrng rng randist fft poly fit multifit statistics siman sum integration interpolation histogram ode-initval ode-initval2 roots multiroots min multimin monte ntuple diff deriv cdf wavelet bspline doc
++SOLARIS_SUNPERF = @[email protected]
++if SOLARIS_SUNPERF
++    CBLAS_DIRS=
++else
++    CBLAS_DIRS=cblas
++endif
++
++SUBDIRS = gsl utils sys test err const complex cheb block vector matrix permutation combination multiset sort ieee-utils $(CBLAS_DIRS) blas linalg eigen specfunc dht qrng rng randist fft poly fit multifit statistics siman sum integration interpolation histogram ode-initval ode-initval2 roots multiroots min multimin monte ntuple diff deriv cdf wavelet bspline doc
+ 
+ SUBLIBS = block/libgslblock.la blas/libgslblas.la bspline/libgslbspline.la complex/libgslcomplex.la cheb/libgslcheb.la dht/libgsldht.la diff/libgsldiff.la deriv/libgslderiv.la eigen/libgsleigen.la err/libgslerr.la fft/libgslfft.la fit/libgslfit.la histogram/libgslhistogram.la ieee-utils/libgslieeeutils.la integration/libgslintegration.la interpolation/libgslinterpolation.la linalg/libgsllinalg.la matrix/libgslmatrix.la min/libgslmin.la monte/libgslmonte.la multifit/libgslmultifit.la multimin/libgslmultimin.la multiroots/libgslmultiroots.la ntuple/libgslntuple.la ode-initval/libgslodeiv.la ode-initval2/libgslodeiv2.la permutation/libgslpermutation.la combination/libgslcombination.la multiset/libgslmultiset.la poly/libgslpoly.la qrng/libgslqrng.la randist/libgslrandist.la rng/libgslrng.la roots/libgslroots.la siman/libgslsiman.la sort/libgslsort.la specfunc/libgslspecfunc.la statistics/libgslstatistics.la sum/libgslsum.la sys/libgslsys.la test/libgsltest.la utils/libutils.la vector/libgslvector.la cdf/libgslcdf.la wavelet/libgslwavelet.la
+ 
[email protected]@ -35,10 +42,16 @@
+ bin_PROGRAMS = gsl-randist gsl-histogram
+ 
+ gsl_randist_SOURCES = gsl-randist.c
+-gsl_randist_LDADD = libgsl.la cblas/libgslcblas.la
+ 
+ gsl_histogram_SOURCES = gsl-histogram.c
++
++if SOLARIS_SUNPERF
++gsl_randist_LDADD = libgsl.la
++gsl_histogram_LDADD = libgsl.la
++else
++gsl_randist_LDADD = libgsl.la cblas/libgslcblas.la
+ gsl_histogram_LDADD = libgsl.la cblas/libgslcblas.la
++endif
+ 
+ check_SCRIPTS = test_gsl_histogram.sh pkgconfig.test
+ TESTS = test_gsl_histogram.sh pkgconfig.test
+--- gsl-1.16/bspline/Makefile.am.orig	2015-04-10 12:09:28.348382068 -0700
++++ gsl-1.16/bspline/Makefile.am	2015-04-10 12:13:46.450748139 -0700
[email protected]@ -12,6 +12,13 @@
+ 
+ TESTS = $(check_PROGRAMS)
+ 
+-test_LDADD = libgslbspline.la ../linalg/libgsllinalg.la ../permutation/libgslpermutation.la ../blas/libgslblas.la ../matrix/libgslmatrix.la ../vector/libgslvector.la ../block/libgslblock.la ../complex/libgslcomplex.la ../cblas/libgslcblas.la ../ieee-utils/libgslieeeutils.la  ../err/libgslerr.la ../test/libgsltest.la ../sys/libgslsys.la ../utils/libutils.la ../statistics/libgslstatistics.la
++SOLARIS_SUNPERF = @[email protected]
++if SOLARIS_SUNPERF
++    CBLAS_LA=
++else
++    CBLAS_LA=../cblas/libgslcblas.la
++endif
++
++test_LDADD = libgslbspline.la ../linalg/libgsllinalg.la ../permutation/libgslpermutation.la ../blas/libgslblas.la ../matrix/libgslmatrix.la ../vector/libgslvector.la ../block/libgslblock.la ../complex/libgslcomplex.la $(CBLAS_LA) ../ieee-utils/libgslieeeutils.la  ../err/libgslerr.la ../test/libgsltest.la ../sys/libgslsys.la ../utils/libutils.la ../statistics/libgslstatistics.la
+ 
+ test_SOURCES = test.c
+--- gsl-1.16/eigen/Makefile.am.orig	2014-05-16 06:02:32.281281781 -0700
++++ gsl-1.16/eigen/Makefile.am	2014-05-16 06:03:23.423633285 -0700
[email protected]@ -11,7 +11,14 @@
+ 
+ TESTS = $(check_PROGRAMS)
+ 
+-test_LDADD = libgsleigen.la  ../test/libgsltest.la ../linalg/libgsllinalg.la ../permutation/libgslpermutation.la ../blas/libgslblas.la ../cblas/libgslcblas.la ../matrix/libgslmatrix.la ../vector/libgslvector.la ../block/libgslblock.la  ../complex/libgslcomplex.la ../ieee-utils/libgslieeeutils.la ../sys/libgslsys.la ../err/libgslerr.la ../utils/libutils.la ../rng/libgslrng.la ../sort/libgslsort.la
++SOLARIS_SUNPERF = @[email protected]
++if SOLARIS_SUNPERF
++    CBLAS_LA=
++else
++    CBLAS_LA=../cblas/libgslcblas.la
++endif
++
++test_LDADD = libgsleigen.la  ../test/libgsltest.la ../linalg/libgsllinalg.la ../permutation/libgslpermutation.la ../blas/libgslblas.la $(CBLAS_LA) ../matrix/libgslmatrix.la ../vector/libgslvector.la ../block/libgslblock.la  ../complex/libgslcomplex.la ../ieee-utils/libgslieeeutils.la ../sys/libgslsys.la ../err/libgslerr.la ../utils/libutils.la ../rng/libgslrng.la ../sort/libgslsort.la
+ 
+ test_SOURCES = test.c
+ 
+--- gsl-1.16/interpolation/Makefile.am.orig	2015-04-10 12:14:22.894424399 -0700
++++ gsl-1.16/interpolation/Makefile.am	2015-04-10 12:15:06.283908102 -0700
[email protected]@ -10,7 +10,14 @@
+ 
+ TESTS = $(check_PROGRAMS)
+ 
+-test_LDADD = libgslinterpolation.la ../poly/libgslpoly.la ../linalg/libgsllinalg.la ../permutation/libgslpermutation.la ../blas/libgslblas.la ../matrix/libgslmatrix.la ../vector/libgslvector.la ../block/libgslblock.la ../complex/libgslcomplex.la ../cblas/libgslcblas.la ../ieee-utils/libgslieeeutils.la  ../err/libgslerr.la ../test/libgsltest.la ../sys/libgslsys.la ../utils/libutils.la
++SOLARIS_SUNPERF = @[email protected]
++if SOLARIS_SUNPERF
++    CBLAS_LA=
++else
++    CBLAS_LA=../cblas/libgslcblas.la
++endif
++
++test_LDADD = libgslinterpolation.la ../poly/libgslpoly.la ../linalg/libgsllinalg.la ../permutation/libgslpermutation.la ../blas/libgslblas.la ../matrix/libgslmatrix.la ../vector/libgslvector.la ../block/libgslblock.la ../complex/libgslcomplex.la $(CBLAS_LA) ../ieee-utils/libgslieeeutils.la  ../err/libgslerr.la ../test/libgsltest.la ../sys/libgslsys.la ../utils/libutils.la
+ 
+ test_SOURCES = test.c
+ 
+--- gsl-1.16/linalg/Makefile.am.orig	2014-05-16 06:21:33.709604351 -0700
++++ gsl-1.16/linalg/Makefile.am	2014-05-16 06:22:16.369919847 -0700
[email protected]@ -12,7 +12,14 @@
+ 
+ check_PROGRAMS = test
+ 
+-test_LDADD = libgsllinalg.la ../blas/libgslblas.la ../cblas/libgslcblas.la ../permutation/libgslpermutation.la ../matrix/libgslmatrix.la ../vector/libgslvector.la ../block/libgslblock.la ../complex/libgslcomplex.la ../ieee-utils/libgslieeeutils.la ../err/libgslerr.la ../test/libgsltest.la ../sys/libgslsys.la ../utils/libutils.la
++SOLARIS_SUNPERF = @[email protected]
++if SOLARIS_SUNPERF
++    CBLAS_LA=
++else
++    CBLAS_LA=../cblas/libgslcblas.la
++endif
++
++test_LDADD = libgsllinalg.la ../blas/libgslblas.la $(CBLAS_LA) ../permutation/libgslpermutation.la ../matrix/libgslmatrix.la ../vector/libgslvector.la ../block/libgslblock.la ../complex/libgslcomplex.la ../ieee-utils/libgslieeeutils.la ../err/libgslerr.la ../test/libgsltest.la ../sys/libgslsys.la ../utils/libutils.la
+ 
+ test_SOURCES = test.c
+ 
+--- gsl-1.16/multifit/Makefile.am.orig	2014-05-16 06:29:58.802411472 -0700
++++ gsl-1.16/multifit/Makefile.am	2015-04-10 12:21:46.123451986 -0700
[email protected]@ -13,8 +13,16 @@
+ TESTS = $(check_PROGRAMS)
+ 
+ test_SOURCES = test.c
+-test_LDADD = libgslmultifit.la ../linalg/libgsllinalg.la ../permutation/libgslpermutation.la ../blas/libgslblas.la ../cblas/libgslcblas.la ../matrix/libgslmatrix.la ../sort/libgslsort.la ../statistics/libgslstatistics.la ../vector/libgslvector.la ../block/libgslblock.la  ../complex/libgslcomplex.la ../ieee-utils/libgslieeeutils.la ../err/libgslerr.la ../test/libgsltest.la ../utils/libutils.la ../sys/libgslsys.la
++
++SOLARIS_SUNPERF = @[email protected]
++if SOLARIS_SUNPERF
++    CBLAS_LA=
++else
++    CBLAS_LA=../cblas/libgslcblas.la
++endif
++
++test_LDADD = libgslmultifit.la ../linalg/libgsllinalg.la ../permutation/libgslpermutation.la ../blas/libgslblas.la $(CBLAS_LA) ../matrix/libgslmatrix.la ../sort/libgslsort.la ../statistics/libgslstatistics.la ../vector/libgslvector.la ../block/libgslblock.la  ../complex/libgslcomplex.la ../ieee-utils/libgslieeeutils.la ../err/libgslerr.la ../test/libgsltest.la ../utils/libutils.la ../sys/libgslsys.la ../rng/libgslrng.la
+ 
+ #demo_SOURCES = demo.c
+-#demo_LDADD = libgslmultifit.la ../linalg/libgsllinalg.la ../permutation/libgslpermutation.la ../blas/libgslblas.la ../cblas/libgslcblas.la ../matrix/libgslmatrix.la ../vector/libgslvector.la ../block/libgslblock.la ../randist/libgslrandist.la ../rng/libgslrng.la ../complex/libgslcomplex.la ../ieee-utils/libgslieeeutils.la ../err/libgslerr.la ../test/libgsltest.la ../utils/libutils.la ../sys/libgslsys.la
++#demo_LDADD = libgslmultifit.la ../linalg/libgsllinalg.la ../permutation/libgslpermutation.la ../blas/libgslblas.la $(CBLAS_LA) ../matrix/libgslmatrix.la ../vector/libgslvector.la ../block/libgslblock.la ../randist/libgslrandist.la ../rng/libgslrng.la ../complex/libgslcomplex.la ../ieee-utils/libgslieeeutils.la ../err/libgslerr.la ../test/libgsltest.la ../utils/libutils.la ../sys/libgslsys.la
+ 
+--- gsl-1.16/multimin/Makefile.am.orig	2015-04-10 12:18:41.646740592 -0700
++++ gsl-1.16/multimin/Makefile.am	2015-04-10 12:21:20.867481109 -0700
[email protected]@ -12,9 +12,16 @@
+ 
+ TESTS = $(check_PROGRAMS) 
+ 
++SOLARIS_SUNPERF = @[email protected]
++if SOLARIS_SUNPERF
++    CBLAS_LA=
++else
++    CBLAS_LA=../cblas/libgslcblas.la
++endif
++
+ test_SOURCES = test.c test_funcs.c test_funcs.h
+-test_LDADD = libgslmultimin.la ../min/libgslmin.la ../poly/libgslpoly.la ../blas/libgslblas.la ../cblas/libgslcblas.la ../linalg/libgsllinalg.la ../permutation/libgslpermutation.la ../matrix/libgslmatrix.la ../vector/libgslvector.la ../block/libgslblock.la ../complex/libgslcomplex.la ../ieee-utils/libgslieeeutils.la ../err/libgslerr.la ../test/libgsltest.la ../sys/libgslsys.la ../utils/libutils.la
++test_LDADD = libgslmultimin.la ../min/libgslmin.la ../poly/libgslpoly.la ../blas/libgslblas.la $(CBLAS_LA) ../linalg/libgsllinalg.la ../permutation/libgslpermutation.la ../matrix/libgslmatrix.la ../vector/libgslvector.la ../block/libgslblock.la ../complex/libgslcomplex.la ../ieee-utils/libgslieeeutils.la ../err/libgslerr.la ../test/libgsltest.la ../sys/libgslsys.la ../utils/libutils.la
+ 
+ #demo_SOURCES = demo.c 
+-#demo_LDADD = libgslmultimin.la ../min/libgslmin.la ../blas/libgslblas.la ../cblas/libgslcblas.la ../linalg/libgsllinalg.la ../matrix/libgslmatrix.la ../vector/libgslvector.la ../block/libgslblock.la ../complex/libgslcomplex.la ../ieee-utils/libgslieeeutils.la ../err/libgslerr.la ../test/libgsltest.la ../sys/libgslsys.la ../utils/libutils.la
++#demo_LDADD = libgslmultimin.la ../min/libgslmin.la ../blas/libgslblas.la $(CBLAS_LA) ../linalg/libgsllinalg.la ../matrix/libgslmatrix.la ../vector/libgslvector.la ../block/libgslblock.la ../complex/libgslcomplex.la ../ieee-utils/libgslieeeutils.la ../err/libgslerr.la ../test/libgsltest.la ../sys/libgslsys.la ../utils/libutils.la
+ 
+--- gsl-1.16/multiroots/Makefile.am.orig	2015-04-10 12:24:25.614883327 -0700
++++ gsl-1.16/multiroots/Makefile.am	2015-04-10 12:25:13.725634120 -0700
[email protected]@ -14,6 +14,13 @@
+ 
+ TESTS = $(check_PROGRAMS)
+ 
++SOLARIS_SUNPERF = @[email protected]
++if SOLARIS_SUNPERF
++    CBLAS_LA=
++else
++    CBLAS_LA=../cblas/libgslcblas.la
++endif
++
+ test_SOURCES = test.c test_funcs.c test_funcs.h
+-test_LDADD = libgslmultiroots.la ../linalg/libgsllinalg.la ../blas/libgslblas.la ../cblas/libgslcblas.la ../permutation/libgslpermutation.la ../matrix/libgslmatrix.la ../vector/libgslvector.la ../block/libgslblock.la ../complex/libgslcomplex.la ../ieee-utils/libgslieeeutils.la  ../err/libgslerr.la ../test/libgsltest.la ../sys/libgslsys.la ../utils/libutils.la
++test_LDADD = libgslmultiroots.la ../linalg/libgsllinalg.la ../blas/libgslblas.la $(CBLAS_LA) ../permutation/libgslpermutation.la ../matrix/libgslmatrix.la ../vector/libgslvector.la ../block/libgslblock.la ../complex/libgslcomplex.la ../ieee-utils/libgslieeeutils.la  ../err/libgslerr.la ../test/libgsltest.la ../sys/libgslsys.la ../utils/libutils.la
+ 
+--- gsl-1.16/ode-initval/Makefile.am.orig	2015-04-10 12:25:46.111219852 -0700
++++ gsl-1.16/ode-initval/Makefile.am	2015-04-10 12:26:29.162806734 -0700
[email protected]@ -12,7 +12,14 @@
+ 
+ TESTS = $(check_PROGRAMS)
+ 
+-test_LDADD = libgslodeiv.la ../linalg/libgsllinalg.la ../blas/libgslblas.la ../cblas/libgslcblas.la ../matrix/libgslmatrix.la ../permutation/libgslpermutation.la ../vector/libgslvector.la ../block/libgslblock.la ../complex/libgslcomplex.la ../ieee-utils/libgslieeeutils.la  ../err/libgslerr.la ../test/libgsltest.la ../sys/libgslsys.la ../utils/libutils.la 
++SOLARIS_SUNPERF = @[email protected]
++if SOLARIS_SUNPERF
++    CBLAS_LA=
++else
++    CBLAS_LA=../cblas/libgslcblas.la
++endif
++
++test_LDADD = libgslodeiv.la ../linalg/libgsllinalg.la ../blas/libgslblas.la $(CBLAS_LA) ../matrix/libgslmatrix.la ../permutation/libgslpermutation.la ../vector/libgslvector.la ../block/libgslblock.la ../complex/libgslcomplex.la ../ieee-utils/libgslieeeutils.la  ../err/libgslerr.la ../test/libgsltest.la ../sys/libgslsys.la ../utils/libutils.la
+ 
+ test_SOURCES = test.c
+ 
+--- gsl-1.16/ode-initval2/Makefile.am.orig	2015-04-10 12:27:02.478987380 -0700
++++ gsl-1.16/ode-initval2/Makefile.am	2015-04-10 12:27:46.778671312 -0700
[email protected]@ -12,7 +12,14 @@
+ 
+ TESTS = $(check_PROGRAMS)
+ 
+-test_LDADD = libgslodeiv2.la ../linalg/libgsllinalg.la ../blas/libgslblas.la ../cblas/libgslcblas.la ../matrix/libgslmatrix.la ../permutation/libgslpermutation.la ../vector/libgslvector.la ../block/libgslblock.la ../complex/libgslcomplex.la ../ieee-utils/libgslieeeutils.la  ../err/libgslerr.la ../test/libgsltest.la ../sys/libgslsys.la ../utils/libutils.la 
++SOLARIS_SUNPERF = @[email protected]
++if SOLARIS_SUNPERF
++    CBLAS_LA=
++else
++    CBLAS_LA=../cblas/libgslcblas.la
++endif
++
++test_LDADD = libgslodeiv2.la ../linalg/libgsllinalg.la ../blas/libgslblas.la $(CBLAS_LA) ../matrix/libgslmatrix.la ../permutation/libgslpermutation.la ../vector/libgslvector.la ../block/libgslblock.la ../complex/libgslcomplex.la ../ieee-utils/libgslieeeutils.la  ../err/libgslerr.la ../test/libgsltest.la ../sys/libgslsys.la ../utils/libutils.la
+ 
+ test_SOURCES = test.c
+ 
+--- gsl-1.16/specfunc/Makefile.am.orig	2014-05-16 06:33:36.100462812 -0700
++++ gsl-1.16/specfunc/Makefile.am	2014-05-16 06:34:32.016982108 -0700
[email protected]@ -12,7 +12,14 @@
+ 
+ check_PROGRAMS = test
+ 
+-test_LDADD = libgslspecfunc.la ../eigen/libgsleigen.la ../linalg/libgsllinalg.la  ../sort/libgslsort.la ../matrix/libgslmatrix.la ../vector/libgslvector.la ../blas/libgslblas.la ../cblas/libgslcblas.la ../block/libgslblock.la ../complex/libgslcomplex.la ../ieee-utils/libgslieeeutils.la  ../err/libgslerr.la ../test/libgsltest.la ../sys/libgslsys.la ../utils/libutils.la
++SOLARIS_SUNPERF = @[email protected]
++if SOLARIS_SUNPERF
++    CBLAS_LA=
++else
++    CBLAS_LA=../cblas/libgslcblas.la
++endif
++
++test_LDADD = libgslspecfunc.la ../eigen/libgsleigen.la ../linalg/libgsllinalg.la  ../sort/libgslsort.la ../matrix/libgslmatrix.la ../vector/libgslvector.la ../blas/libgslblas.la $(CBLAS_LA) ../block/libgslblock.la ../complex/libgslcomplex.la ../ieee-utils/libgslieeeutils.la  ../err/libgslerr.la ../test/libgsltest.la ../sys/libgslsys.la ../utils/libutils.la
+ 
+ test_SOURCES = test_sf.c test_sf.h test_airy.c test_bessel.c test_coulomb.c test_dilog.c test_gamma.c test_hyperg.c test_legendre.c test_mathieu.c
+   
+--- gsl-1.16/wavelet/Makefile.am.orig	2015-04-10 12:28:32.202690882 -0700
++++ gsl-1.16/wavelet/Makefile.am	2015-04-10 12:29:06.143569372 -0700
[email protected]@ -10,7 +10,14 @@
+ 
+ TESTS = $(check_PROGRAMS)
+ 
+-test_LDADD = libgslwavelet.la ../blas/libgslblas.la ../cblas/libgslcblas.la ../matrix/libgslmatrix.la ../vector/libgslvector.la ../block/libgslblock.la ../ieee-utils/libgslieeeutils.la  ../err/libgslerr.la ../test/libgsltest.la ../sys/libgslsys.la ../utils/libutils.la
++SOLARIS_SUNPERF = @[email protected]
++if SOLARIS_SUNPERF
++    CBLAS_LA=
++else
++    CBLAS_LA=../cblas/libgslcblas.la
++endif
++
++test_LDADD = libgslwavelet.la ../blas/libgslblas.la $(CBLAS_LA) ../matrix/libgslmatrix.la ../vector/libgslvector.la ../block/libgslblock.la ../ieee-utils/libgslieeeutils.la  ../err/libgslerr.la ../test/libgsltest.la ../sys/libgslsys.la ../utils/libutils.la
+ 
+ test_SOURCES = test.c
+ 
--- /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
+++ b/components/libgsl/test/results-i386-32.master	Tue Apr 14 16:03:18 2015 -0700
@@ -0,0 +1,653 @@
+make[1]: Entering directory `$(@D)'
+Making check in gsl
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/gsl'
+make[2]: Nothing to be done for `check'.
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/gsl'
+Making check in utils
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/utils'
+make[2]: Nothing to be done for `check'.
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+Making check in sys
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/sys'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/sys'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/sys'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/sys'
+Completed [333/333]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
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+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/sys'
+Making check in test
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/test'
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+Making check in err
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/err'
+Completed [70/70]
+PASS: test
+=============
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+=============
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+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/err'
+Making check in const
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
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+Completed [7/7]
+PASS: test
+=============
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+=============
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+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/const'
+Making check in complex
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/complex'
+Completed [10121/10121]
+PASS: test
+=============
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+=============
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+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/complex'
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+Completed [2745/2745]
+PASS: test
+=============
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+=============
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+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/block'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/block'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
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+Completed [168/168]
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+=============
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+=============
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+PASS: test
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+PASS: test_static
+==================
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+==================
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+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/matrix'
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+Completed [1012/1012]
+PASS: test
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+==================
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+==================
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+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/matrix'
+Making check in permutation
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
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+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/permutation'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
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+Completed [4/4]
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+=============
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+=============
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+Making check in combination
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+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/combination'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
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+Completed [56/56]
+PASS: test
+=============
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+=============
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+Completed [129/129]
+PASS: test
+=============
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+=============
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+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/sort'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
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+Completed [26352/26352]
+PASS: test
+=============
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+=============
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+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/sort'
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
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+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ieee-utils'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ieee-utils'
+Completed [384/384]
+PASS: test
+=============
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+=============
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+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ieee-utils'
+Making check in blas
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/blas'
+make[2]: Nothing to be done for `check'.
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+Making check in linalg
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
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+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/linalg'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/linalg'
+Completed [233845/233845]
+PASS: test
+=============
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+=============
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+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/linalg'
+Making check in eigen
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/eigen'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/eigen'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/eigen'
+Completed [984244/984244]
+PASS: test
+=============
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+=============
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+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/eigen'
+Making check in specfunc
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/specfunc'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/specfunc'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/specfunc'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/specfunc'
+Completed [2991/2991]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
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+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/specfunc'
+Making check in dht
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/dht'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/dht'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/dht'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
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+Completed [4/4]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
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+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/dht'
+Making check in qrng
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/qrng'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
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+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/qrng'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
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+Completed [39/39]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
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+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/rng'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/rng'
+Completed [686/686]
+PASS: test
+=============
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+=============
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+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/rng'
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
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+Completed [134/134]
+PASS: test
+=============
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+=============
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
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+Completed [9204/9204]
+PASS: test
+=============
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+=============
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+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/fft'
+Making check in poly
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/poly'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/poly'
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
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+Completed [225/225]
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+=============
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+=============
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+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/fit'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/fit'
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
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+Completed [24/24]
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+=============
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+=============
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multifit'
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multifit'
+Completed [1672/1672]
+PASS: test
+=============
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+=============
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+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multifit'
+Making check in statistics
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/statistics'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/statistics'
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
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+Completed [1113/1113]
+PASS: test
+=============
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+=============
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+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/statistics'
+Making check in siman
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/siman'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
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+Completed [5/5]
+PASS: test
+=============
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+=============
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+Making check in sum
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
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+=============
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+=============
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
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+Completed [3037/3037]
+PASS: test
+=============
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+=============
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
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+Completed [1620/1620]
+PASS: test
+=============
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+=============
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
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+=============
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+=============
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
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+Completed [3509/3509]
+PASS: test
+=============
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+=============
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+Making check in ode-initval2
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
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+Completed [1151/1151]
+PASS: test
+=============
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+=============
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+Making check in roots
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
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+Completed [82/82]
+PASS: test
+=============
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+=============
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+Making check in multiroots
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
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+Completed [72/72]
+PASS: test
+=============
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+=============
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+Making check in min
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+PASS: test
+=============
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+=============
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
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+PASS: test
+=============
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+=============
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+Making check in monte
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/monte'
+Completed [4320/4320]
+PASS: test
+=============
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+=============
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+Making check in ntuple
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
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+Completed [3/3]
+PASS: test
+=============
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+=============
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+Making check in diff
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+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/diff'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/diff'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/diff'
+Completed [36/36]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/diff'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/diff'
+Making check in deriv
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/deriv'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/deriv'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/deriv'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/deriv'
+Completed [36/36]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/deriv'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/deriv'
+Making check in cdf
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/cdf'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/cdf'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/cdf'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/cdf'
+FAIL: gsl_cdf_tdist_P(1.0, 1.0) (1.55163498701052749 observed vs 0.75 expected) [9956]
+FAIL: gsl_cdf_tdist_Q(1.0, 1.0) (-0.551634987010527489 observed vs 0.25 expected) [9970]
+FAIL: gsl_cdf_tdist_P(-1.0, 1.0) (-0.551634987010527489 observed vs 0.25 expected) [9983]
+FAIL: gsl_cdf_tdist_Q(-1.0, 1.0) (1.55163498701052749 observed vs 0.75 expected) [9996]
+FAIL: gsl_cdf_beta_P(0.5, 1.2, 1.3) (-18.701750852891557 observed vs 0.529781429451299135 expected) [10345]
+FAIL: gsl_cdf_beta_Q(0.5, 1.2, 1.3) (19.701750852891557 observed vs 0.47021857054870092 expected) [10356]
+FAIL: gsl_cdf_beta_P(5.0000000000000000e-01,1.3,2.7) (-501.423826328607674 observed vs 0.785278698183299984 expected) [10704]
+FAIL: gsl_cdf_beta_Q(5.0000000000000000e-01,1.3,2.7) (502.423826328607674 observed vs 0.214721301816699989 expected) [10721]
+FAIL: test
+==================
+1 of 1 test failed
+==================
+make[3]: [check-TESTS] Error 1 (ignored)
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/cdf'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/cdf'
+Making check in wavelet
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/wavelet'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/wavelet'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/wavelet'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/wavelet'
+Completed [12138/12138]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/wavelet'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/wavelet'
+Making check in bspline
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/bspline'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/bspline'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/bspline'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/bspline'
+Completed [19051366/19051366]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/bspline'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/bspline'
+Making check in doc
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/doc'
+make[2]: Nothing to be done for `check'.
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/doc'
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test_gsl_histogram.sh pkgconfig.test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)'
+make[3]: Nothing to be done for `$(SOURCE_DIR)/test_gsl_histogram.sh'.
+make[3]: Nothing to be done for `$(SOURCE_DIR)/pkgconfig.test'.
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)'
+PASS: test_gsl_histogram.sh
+PASS: pkgconfig.test
+==================
+All 2 tests passed
+==================
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)'
+make[1]: Leaving directory `$(@D)'
--- /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
+++ b/components/libgsl/test/results-i386-64.master	Tue Apr 14 16:03:18 2015 -0700
@@ -0,0 +1,657 @@
+make[1]: Entering directory `$(@D)'
+Making check in gsl
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/gsl'
+make[2]: Nothing to be done for `check'.
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/gsl'
+Making check in utils
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/utils'
+make[2]: Nothing to be done for `check'.
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/utils'
+Making check in sys
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/sys'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/sys'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/sys'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/sys'
+Completed [333/333]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/sys'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/sys'
+Making check in test
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/test'
+make[2]: Nothing to be done for `check'.
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/test'
+Making check in err
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/err'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/err'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/err'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/err'
+Completed [70/70]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/err'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/err'
+Making check in const
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/const'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/const'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/const'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/const'
+Completed [7/7]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/const'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/const'
+Making check in complex
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/complex'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/complex'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/complex'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/complex'
+Completed [10121/10121]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/complex'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/complex'
+Making check in cheb
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/cheb'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/cheb'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/cheb'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/cheb'
+Completed [2745/2745]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/cheb'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/cheb'
+Making check in block
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/block'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/block'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/block'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/block'
+Completed [168/168]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/block'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/block'
+Making check in vector
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/vector'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test test_static
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/vector'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/vector'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/vector'
+Completed [33743/33743]
+PASS: test
+Completed [33743/33743]
+PASS: test_static
+==================
+All 2 tests passed
+==================
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/vector'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/vector'
+Making check in matrix
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/matrix'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test test_static
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/matrix'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/matrix'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/matrix'
+Completed [1012/1012]
+PASS: test
+Completed [1012/1012]
+PASS: test_static
+==================
+All 2 tests passed
+==================
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/matrix'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/matrix'
+Making check in permutation
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/permutation'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/permutation'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/permutation'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/permutation'
+Completed [4/4]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/permutation'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/permutation'
+Making check in combination
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/combination'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/combination'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/combination'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/combination'
+Completed [56/56]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/combination'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/combination'
+Making check in multiset
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multiset'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multiset'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multiset'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multiset'
+Completed [129/129]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multiset'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multiset'
+Making check in sort
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/sort'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/sort'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/sort'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/sort'
+Completed [26352/26352]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/sort'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/sort'
+Making check in ieee-utils
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ieee-utils'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ieee-utils'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ieee-utils'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ieee-utils'
+Completed [384/384]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ieee-utils'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ieee-utils'
+Making check in blas
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/blas'
+make[2]: Nothing to be done for `check'.
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/blas'
+Making check in linalg
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/linalg'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/linalg'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/linalg'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/linalg'
+(  4,  4)[0,2]: 6.82121026329696178e-13                        0
+(  4,  4)[2,2]:    1.00000000000056843                        1
+FAIL:   cholesky_invert hilbert(4) [233813]
+FAIL: Cholesky Inverse [233814]
+FAIL: test
+==================
+1 of 1 test failed
+==================
+make[3]: [check-TESTS] Error 1 (ignored)
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/linalg'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/linalg'
+Making check in eigen
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/eigen'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/eigen'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/eigen'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/eigen'
+Completed [984244/984244]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/eigen'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/eigen'
+Making check in specfunc
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/specfunc'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/specfunc'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/specfunc'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/specfunc'
+Completed [2991/2991]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/specfunc'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/specfunc'
+Making check in dht
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/dht'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/dht'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/dht'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/dht'
+Completed [4/4]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/dht'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/dht'
+Making check in qrng
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/qrng'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/qrng'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/qrng'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/qrng'
+Completed [39/39]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/qrng'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/qrng'
+Making check in rng
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/rng'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/rng'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/rng'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/rng'
+Completed [686/686]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/rng'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/rng'
+Making check in randist
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/randist'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/randist'
+"$(SOURCE_DIR)/randist/test.c", line 841: warning: integer overflow detected: op "<<"
+"$(SOURCE_DIR)/randist/test.c", line 847: warning: integer overflow detected: op "<<"
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/randist'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/randist'
+Completed [134/134]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/randist'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/randist'
+Making check in fft
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/fft'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/fft'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/fft'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/fft'
+Completed [9204/9204]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/fft'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/fft'
+Making check in poly
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/poly'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/poly'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/poly'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/poly'
+Completed [225/225]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/poly'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/poly'
+Making check in fit
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/fit'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/fit'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/fit'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/fit'
+Completed [24/24]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/fit'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/fit'
+Making check in multifit
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multifit'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multifit'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multifit'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multifit'
+Completed [1655/1655]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multifit'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multifit'
+Making check in statistics
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/statistics'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/statistics'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/statistics'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/statistics'
+Completed [1113/1113]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/statistics'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/statistics'
+Making check in siman
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/siman'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/siman'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/siman'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/siman'
+Completed [5/5]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/siman'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/siman'
+Making check in sum
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/sum'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/sum'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/sum'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/sum'
+Completed [27/27]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/sum'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/sum'
+Making check in integration
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/integration'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/integration'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/integration'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/integration'
+Completed [3037/3037]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/integration'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/integration'
+Making check in interpolation
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/interpolation'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/interpolation'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/interpolation'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/interpolation'
+Completed [1620/1620]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/interpolation'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/interpolation'
+Making check in histogram
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/histogram'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/histogram'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/histogram'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/histogram'
+Completed [160/160]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/histogram'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/histogram'
+Making check in ode-initval
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ode-initval'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ode-initval'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ode-initval'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ode-initval'
+Completed [3509/3509]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ode-initval'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ode-initval'
+Making check in ode-initval2
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ode-initval2'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ode-initval2'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ode-initval2'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ode-initval2'
+Completed [1151/1151]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ode-initval2'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ode-initval2'
+Making check in roots
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/roots'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/roots'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/roots'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/roots'
+Completed [82/82]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/roots'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/roots'
+Making check in multiroots
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multiroots'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multiroots'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multiroots'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multiroots'
+Completed [72/72]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multiroots'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multiroots'
+Making check in min
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/min'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/min'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/min'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/min'
+Completed [28/28]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/min'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/min'
+Making check in multimin
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multimin'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multimin'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multimin'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multimin'
+Completed [52/52]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multimin'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multimin'
+Making check in monte
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/monte'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/monte'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/monte'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/monte'
+Completed [4320/4320]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/monte'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/monte'
+Making check in ntuple
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ntuple'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ntuple'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ntuple'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ntuple'
+Completed [3/3]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ntuple'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ntuple'
+Making check in diff
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/diff'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/diff'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/diff'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/diff'
+Completed [36/36]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/diff'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/diff'
+Making check in deriv
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/deriv'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/deriv'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/deriv'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/deriv'
+Completed [36/36]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/deriv'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/deriv'
+Making check in cdf
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/cdf'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/cdf'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/cdf'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/cdf'
+FAIL: gsl_cdf_tdist_P(1.0, 1.0) (1.55163498701052749 observed vs 0.75 expected) [9956]
+FAIL: gsl_cdf_tdist_Q(1.0, 1.0) (-0.551634987010527489 observed vs 0.25 expected) [9970]
+FAIL: gsl_cdf_tdist_P(-1.0, 1.0) (-0.551634987010527489 observed vs 0.25 expected) [9983]
+FAIL: gsl_cdf_tdist_Q(-1.0, 1.0) (1.55163498701052749 observed vs 0.75 expected) [9996]
+FAIL: gsl_cdf_beta_P(0.5, 1.2, 1.3) (-18.701750852891557 observed vs 0.529781429451299135 expected) [10345]
+FAIL: gsl_cdf_beta_Q(0.5, 1.2, 1.3) (19.701750852891557 observed vs 0.47021857054870092 expected) [10356]
+FAIL: gsl_cdf_beta_P(5.0000000000000000e-01,1.3,2.7) (-501.423826328607674 observed vs 0.785278698183299984 expected) [10704]
+FAIL: gsl_cdf_beta_Q(5.0000000000000000e-01,1.3,2.7) (502.423826328607674 observed vs 0.214721301816699989 expected) [10721]
+FAIL: test
+==================
+1 of 1 test failed
+==================
+make[3]: [check-TESTS] Error 1 (ignored)
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/cdf'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/cdf'
+Making check in wavelet
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/wavelet'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/wavelet'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/wavelet'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/wavelet'
+Completed [12138/12138]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/wavelet'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/wavelet'
+Making check in bspline
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/bspline'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/bspline'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/bspline'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/bspline'
+Completed [19051366/19051366]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/bspline'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/bspline'
+Making check in doc
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/doc'
+make[2]: Nothing to be done for `check'.
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/doc'
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test_gsl_histogram.sh pkgconfig.test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)'
+make[3]: Nothing to be done for `$(SOURCE_DIR)/test_gsl_histogram.sh'.
+make[3]: Nothing to be done for `$(SOURCE_DIR)/pkgconfig.test'.
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)'
+PASS: test_gsl_histogram.sh
+PASS: pkgconfig.test
+==================
+All 2 tests passed
+==================
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)'
+make[1]: Leaving directory `$(@D)'
--- /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
+++ b/components/libgsl/test/results-sparc-32.master	Tue Apr 14 16:03:18 2015 -0700
@@ -0,0 +1,654 @@
+make[1]: Entering directory `$(@D)'
+Making check in gsl
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/gsl'
+make[2]: Nothing to be done for `check'.
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/gsl'
+Making check in utils
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/utils'
+make[2]: Nothing to be done for `check'.
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/utils'
+Making check in sys
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/sys'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/sys'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/sys'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/sys'
+Completed [333/333]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/sys'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/sys'
+Making check in test
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/test'
+make[2]: Nothing to be done for `check'.
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/test'
+Making check in err
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/err'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/err'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/err'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/err'
+Completed [70/70]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/err'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/err'
+Making check in const
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/const'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/const'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/const'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/const'
+Completed [7/7]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/const'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/const'
+Making check in complex
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/complex'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/complex'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/complex'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/complex'
+Completed [10121/10121]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/complex'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/complex'
+Making check in cheb
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/cheb'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/cheb'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/cheb'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/cheb'
+Completed [2745/2745]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/cheb'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/cheb'
+Making check in block
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/block'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/block'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/block'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/block'
+Completed [168/168]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/block'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/block'
+Making check in vector
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/vector'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test test_static
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/vector'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/vector'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/vector'
+Completed [33743/33743]
+PASS: test
+Completed [33743/33743]
+PASS: test_static
+==================
+All 2 tests passed
+==================
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/vector'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/vector'
+Making check in matrix
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/matrix'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test test_static
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/matrix'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/matrix'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/matrix'
+Completed [1012/1012]
+PASS: test
+Completed [1012/1012]
+PASS: test_static
+==================
+All 2 tests passed
+==================
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/matrix'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/matrix'
+Making check in permutation
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/permutation'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/permutation'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/permutation'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/permutation'
+Completed [4/4]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/permutation'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/permutation'
+Making check in combination
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/combination'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/combination'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/combination'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/combination'
+Completed [56/56]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/combination'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/combination'
+Making check in multiset
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multiset'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multiset'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multiset'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multiset'
+Completed [129/129]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multiset'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multiset'
+Making check in sort
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/sort'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/sort'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/sort'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/sort'
+Completed [26352/26352]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/sort'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/sort'
+Making check in ieee-utils
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ieee-utils'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ieee-utils'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ieee-utils'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ieee-utils'
+Completed [384/384]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ieee-utils'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ieee-utils'
+Making check in blas
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/blas'
+make[2]: Nothing to be done for `check'.
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/blas'
+Making check in linalg
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/linalg'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/linalg'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/linalg'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/linalg'
+Completed [233845/233845]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/linalg'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/linalg'
+Making check in eigen
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/eigen'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/eigen'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/eigen'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/eigen'
+Completed [984244/984244]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/eigen'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/eigen'
+Making check in specfunc
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/specfunc'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/specfunc'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/specfunc'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/specfunc'
+Completed [2991/2991]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/specfunc'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/specfunc'
+Making check in dht
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/dht'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/dht'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/dht'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/dht'
+Completed [4/4]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/dht'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/dht'
+Making check in qrng
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/qrng'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/qrng'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/qrng'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/qrng'
+Completed [39/39]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/qrng'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/qrng'
+Making check in rng
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/rng'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/rng'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/rng'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/rng'
+Completed [686/686]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/rng'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/rng'
+Making check in randist
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/randist'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/randist'
+"$(SOURCE_DIR)/randist/test.c", line 841: warning: integer overflow detected: op "<<"
+"$(SOURCE_DIR)/randist/test.c", line 847: warning: integer overflow detected: op "<<"
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/randist'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/randist'
+Completed [134/134]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/randist'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/randist'
+Making check in fft
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/fft'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/fft'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/fft'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/fft'
+Completed [9204/9204]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/fft'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/fft'
+Making check in poly
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/poly'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/poly'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/poly'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/poly'
+Completed [225/225]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/poly'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/poly'
+Making check in fit
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/fit'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/fit'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/fit'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/fit'
+Completed [24/24]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/fit'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/fit'
+Making check in multifit
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multifit'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multifit'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multifit'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multifit'
+Completed [1677/1677]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multifit'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multifit'
+Making check in statistics
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/statistics'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/statistics'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/statistics'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/statistics'
+Completed [1113/1113]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/statistics'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/statistics'
+Making check in siman
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/siman'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/siman'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/siman'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/siman'
+Completed [5/5]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/siman'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/siman'
+Making check in sum
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/sum'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/sum'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/sum'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/sum'
+Completed [27/27]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/sum'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/sum'
+Making check in integration
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/integration'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/integration'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/integration'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/integration'
+Completed [3037/3037]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/integration'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/integration'
+Making check in interpolation
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/interpolation'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/interpolation'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/interpolation'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/interpolation'
+Completed [1620/1620]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/interpolation'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/interpolation'
+Making check in histogram
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/histogram'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/histogram'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/histogram'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/histogram'
+Completed [160/160]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/histogram'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/histogram'
+Making check in ode-initval
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ode-initval'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ode-initval'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ode-initval'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ode-initval'
+Completed [3509/3509]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ode-initval'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ode-initval'
+Making check in ode-initval2
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ode-initval2'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ode-initval2'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ode-initval2'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ode-initval2'
+Completed [1151/1151]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ode-initval2'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ode-initval2'
+Making check in roots
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/roots'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/roots'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/roots'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/roots'
+Completed [82/82]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/roots'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/roots'
+Making check in multiroots
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multiroots'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multiroots'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multiroots'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multiroots'
+Completed [72/72]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multiroots'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multiroots'
+Making check in min
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/min'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/min'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/min'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/min'
+Completed [28/28]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/min'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/min'
+Making check in multimin
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multimin'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multimin'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multimin'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multimin'
+Completed [52/52]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multimin'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multimin'
+Making check in monte
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/monte'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/monte'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/monte'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/monte'
+Completed [4320/4320]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/monte'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/monte'
+Making check in ntuple
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ntuple'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ntuple'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ntuple'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ntuple'
+Completed [3/3]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ntuple'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ntuple'
+Making check in diff
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/diff'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/diff'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/diff'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/diff'
+Completed [36/36]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/diff'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/diff'
+Making check in deriv
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/deriv'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/deriv'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/deriv'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/deriv'
+Completed [36/36]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/deriv'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/deriv'
+Making check in cdf
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/cdf'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/cdf'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/cdf'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/cdf'
+FAIL: gsl_cdf_tdist_P(1.0, 1.0) (1.55163498701052749 observed vs 0.75 expected) [9956]
+FAIL: gsl_cdf_tdist_Q(1.0, 1.0) (-0.551634987010527489 observed vs 0.25 expected) [9970]
+FAIL: gsl_cdf_tdist_P(-1.0, 1.0) (-0.551634987010527489 observed vs 0.25 expected) [9983]
+FAIL: gsl_cdf_tdist_Q(-1.0, 1.0) (1.55163498701052749 observed vs 0.75 expected) [9996]
+FAIL: gsl_cdf_beta_P(0.5, 1.2, 1.3) (-18.701750852891557 observed vs 0.529781429451299135 expected) [10345]
+FAIL: gsl_cdf_beta_Q(0.5, 1.2, 1.3) (19.701750852891557 observed vs 0.47021857054870092 expected) [10356]
+FAIL: gsl_cdf_beta_P(5.0000000000000000e-01,1.3,2.7) (-501.423826328607674 observed vs 0.785278698183299984 expected) [10704]
+FAIL: gsl_cdf_beta_Q(5.0000000000000000e-01,1.3,2.7) (502.423826328607674 observed vs 0.214721301816699989 expected) [10721]
+FAIL: test
+==================
+1 of 1 test failed
+==================
+make[3]: [check-TESTS] Error 1 (ignored)
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/cdf'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/cdf'
+Making check in wavelet
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/wavelet'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/wavelet'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/wavelet'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/wavelet'
+Completed [12138/12138]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/wavelet'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/wavelet'
+Making check in bspline
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/bspline'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/bspline'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/bspline'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/bspline'
+FAIL: b-spline k=8 nbreak=5 knots_greville abserr (3.55271367880050093e-15 observed vs 0 expected) [19051352]
+FAIL: test
+==================
+1 of 1 test failed
+==================
+make[3]: [check-TESTS] Error 1 (ignored)
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/bspline'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/bspline'
+Making check in doc
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/doc'
+make[2]: Nothing to be done for `check'.
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/doc'
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test_gsl_histogram.sh pkgconfig.test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)'
+make[3]: Nothing to be done for `$(SOURCE_DIR)/test_gsl_histogram.sh'.
+make[3]: Nothing to be done for `$(SOURCE_DIR)/pkgconfig.test'.
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)'
+PASS: test_gsl_histogram.sh
+PASS: pkgconfig.test
+==================
+All 2 tests passed
+==================
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)'
+make[1]: Leaving directory `$(@D)'
--- /dev/null	Thu Jan 01 00:00:00 1970 +0000
+++ b/components/libgsl/test/results-sparc-64.master	Tue Apr 14 16:03:18 2015 -0700
@@ -0,0 +1,654 @@
+make[1]: Entering directory `$(@D)'
+Making check in gsl
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/gsl'
+make[2]: Nothing to be done for `check'.
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/gsl'
+Making check in utils
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/utils'
+make[2]: Nothing to be done for `check'.
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/utils'
+Making check in sys
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/sys'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/sys'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/sys'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/sys'
+Completed [333/333]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/sys'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/sys'
+Making check in test
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/test'
+make[2]: Nothing to be done for `check'.
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/test'
+Making check in err
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/err'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/err'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/err'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/err'
+Completed [70/70]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/err'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/err'
+Making check in const
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/const'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/const'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/const'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/const'
+Completed [7/7]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/const'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/const'
+Making check in complex
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/complex'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/complex'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/complex'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/complex'
+Completed [10121/10121]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/complex'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/complex'
+Making check in cheb
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/cheb'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/cheb'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/cheb'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/cheb'
+Completed [2745/2745]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/cheb'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/cheb'
+Making check in block
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/block'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/block'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/block'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/block'
+Completed [168/168]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/block'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/block'
+Making check in vector
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/vector'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test test_static
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/vector'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/vector'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/vector'
+Completed [33743/33743]
+PASS: test
+Completed [33743/33743]
+PASS: test_static
+==================
+All 2 tests passed
+==================
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/vector'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/vector'
+Making check in matrix
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/matrix'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test test_static
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/matrix'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/matrix'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/matrix'
+Completed [1012/1012]
+PASS: test
+Completed [1012/1012]
+PASS: test_static
+==================
+All 2 tests passed
+==================
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/matrix'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/matrix'
+Making check in permutation
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/permutation'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/permutation'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/permutation'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/permutation'
+Completed [4/4]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/permutation'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/permutation'
+Making check in combination
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/combination'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/combination'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/combination'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/combination'
+Completed [56/56]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/combination'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/combination'
+Making check in multiset
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multiset'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multiset'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multiset'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multiset'
+Completed [129/129]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multiset'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multiset'
+Making check in sort
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/sort'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/sort'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/sort'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/sort'
+Completed [26352/26352]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/sort'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/sort'
+Making check in ieee-utils
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ieee-utils'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ieee-utils'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ieee-utils'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ieee-utils'
+Completed [384/384]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ieee-utils'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ieee-utils'
+Making check in blas
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/blas'
+make[2]: Nothing to be done for `check'.
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/blas'
+Making check in linalg
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/linalg'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/linalg'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/linalg'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/linalg'
+Completed [233845/233845]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/linalg'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/linalg'
+Making check in eigen
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/eigen'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/eigen'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/eigen'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/eigen'
+Completed [984244/984244]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/eigen'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/eigen'
+Making check in specfunc
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/specfunc'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/specfunc'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/specfunc'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/specfunc'
+Completed [2991/2991]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/specfunc'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/specfunc'
+Making check in dht
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/dht'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/dht'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/dht'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/dht'
+Completed [4/4]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/dht'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/dht'
+Making check in qrng
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/qrng'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/qrng'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/qrng'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/qrng'
+Completed [39/39]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/qrng'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/qrng'
+Making check in rng
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/rng'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/rng'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/rng'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/rng'
+Completed [686/686]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/rng'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/rng'
+Making check in randist
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/randist'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/randist'
+"$(SOURCE_DIR)/randist/test.c", line 841: warning: integer overflow detected: op "<<"
+"$(SOURCE_DIR)/randist/test.c", line 847: warning: integer overflow detected: op "<<"
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/randist'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/randist'
+Completed [134/134]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/randist'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/randist'
+Making check in fft
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/fft'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/fft'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/fft'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/fft'
+Completed [9204/9204]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/fft'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/fft'
+Making check in poly
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/poly'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/poly'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/poly'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/poly'
+Completed [225/225]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/poly'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/poly'
+Making check in fit
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/fit'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/fit'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/fit'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/fit'
+Completed [24/24]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/fit'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/fit'
+Making check in multifit
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multifit'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multifit'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multifit'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multifit'
+Completed [1677/1677]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multifit'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multifit'
+Making check in statistics
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/statistics'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/statistics'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/statistics'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/statistics'
+Completed [1113/1113]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/statistics'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/statistics'
+Making check in siman
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/siman'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/siman'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/siman'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/siman'
+Completed [5/5]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/siman'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/siman'
+Making check in sum
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/sum'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/sum'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/sum'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/sum'
+Completed [27/27]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/sum'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/sum'
+Making check in integration
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/integration'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/integration'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/integration'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/integration'
+Completed [3037/3037]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/integration'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/integration'
+Making check in interpolation
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/interpolation'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/interpolation'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/interpolation'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/interpolation'
+Completed [1620/1620]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/interpolation'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/interpolation'
+Making check in histogram
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/histogram'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/histogram'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/histogram'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/histogram'
+Completed [160/160]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/histogram'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/histogram'
+Making check in ode-initval
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ode-initval'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ode-initval'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ode-initval'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ode-initval'
+Completed [3509/3509]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ode-initval'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ode-initval'
+Making check in ode-initval2
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ode-initval2'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ode-initval2'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ode-initval2'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ode-initval2'
+Completed [1151/1151]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ode-initval2'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ode-initval2'
+Making check in roots
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/roots'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/roots'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/roots'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/roots'
+Completed [82/82]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/roots'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/roots'
+Making check in multiroots
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multiroots'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multiroots'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multiroots'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multiroots'
+Completed [72/72]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multiroots'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multiroots'
+Making check in min
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/min'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/min'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/min'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/min'
+Completed [28/28]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/min'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/min'
+Making check in multimin
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multimin'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multimin'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multimin'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/multimin'
+Completed [52/52]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multimin'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/multimin'
+Making check in monte
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/monte'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/monte'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/monte'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/monte'
+Completed [4320/4320]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/monte'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/monte'
+Making check in ntuple
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ntuple'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ntuple'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ntuple'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/ntuple'
+Completed [3/3]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ntuple'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/ntuple'
+Making check in diff
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/diff'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/diff'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/diff'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/diff'
+Completed [36/36]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/diff'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/diff'
+Making check in deriv
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/deriv'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/deriv'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/deriv'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/deriv'
+Completed [36/36]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/deriv'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/deriv'
+Making check in cdf
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/cdf'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/cdf'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/cdf'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/cdf'
+FAIL: gsl_cdf_tdist_P(1.0, 1.0) (1.55163498701052749 observed vs 0.75 expected) [9956]
+FAIL: gsl_cdf_tdist_Q(1.0, 1.0) (-0.551634987010527489 observed vs 0.25 expected) [9970]
+FAIL: gsl_cdf_tdist_P(-1.0, 1.0) (-0.551634987010527489 observed vs 0.25 expected) [9983]
+FAIL: gsl_cdf_tdist_Q(-1.0, 1.0) (1.55163498701052749 observed vs 0.75 expected) [9996]
+FAIL: gsl_cdf_beta_P(0.5, 1.2, 1.3) (-18.701750852891557 observed vs 0.529781429451299135 expected) [10345]
+FAIL: gsl_cdf_beta_Q(0.5, 1.2, 1.3) (19.701750852891557 observed vs 0.47021857054870092 expected) [10356]
+FAIL: gsl_cdf_beta_P(5.0000000000000000e-01,1.3,2.7) (-501.423826328607674 observed vs 0.785278698183299984 expected) [10704]
+FAIL: gsl_cdf_beta_Q(5.0000000000000000e-01,1.3,2.7) (502.423826328607674 observed vs 0.214721301816699989 expected) [10721]
+FAIL: test
+==================
+1 of 1 test failed
+==================
+make[3]: [check-TESTS] Error 1 (ignored)
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/cdf'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/cdf'
+Making check in wavelet
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/wavelet'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/wavelet'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/wavelet'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/wavelet'
+Completed [12138/12138]
+PASS: test
+=============
+1 test passed
+=============
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/wavelet'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/wavelet'
+Making check in bspline
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/bspline'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/bspline'
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/bspline'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)/bspline'
+FAIL: b-spline k=8 nbreak=5 knots_greville abserr (3.55271367880050093e-15 observed vs 0 expected) [19051352]
+FAIL: test
+==================
+1 of 1 test failed
+==================
+make[3]: [check-TESTS] Error 1 (ignored)
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/bspline'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/bspline'
+Making check in doc
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)/doc'
+make[2]: Nothing to be done for `check'.
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)/doc'
+make[2]: Entering directory `$(@D)'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  test_gsl_histogram.sh pkgconfig.test
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)'
+make[3]: Nothing to be done for `$(SOURCE_DIR)/test_gsl_histogram.sh'.
+make[3]: Nothing to be done for `$(SOURCE_DIR)/pkgconfig.test'.
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)'
+/usr/gnu/bin/make  check-TESTS
+make[3]: Entering directory `$(@D)'
+PASS: test_gsl_histogram.sh
+PASS: pkgconfig.test
+==================
+All 2 tests passed
+==================
+make[3]: Leaving directory `$(@D)'
+make[2]: Leaving directory `$(@D)'
+make[1]: Leaving directory `$(@D)'