Priority

Headline

Acceptance

Notes

Graphics

Buffer Object Sharing work for 2011.09

High

Buffer sharing object framework RFC reworked and posted upstream. Basic test cases are written to test buffer sharing API.

It builds - file created drivers/base/dma-buf.o, without any errors or warnings. Basic test case set should be usable to test the API.

Large Physical Allocation Support - 2011.09

High

CMA v15, reflecting all of the review comments from the Cambourne sit-down (https://wiki.linaro.org/OfficeofCTO/MemoryManagement/CMASummit-2011-08-04), is available on a topic branch on git.linaro.org

Developers can clone the topic branch from http://git.linaro.org/gitweb?p=people/jessebarker/linaro-mm-sig/linux-2.6.git;a=shortlog;h=refs/heads/cma-v15

Ongoing OpenGL ES 2.0 support for compiz - work for 2011.09

High

Headline/Acceptance are missing. RELEASE MADE

Ongoing work on glcompbench - 2011.09

High

glcompbench is a tool to benchmark window compositing operations.

In 1109 glcompbench starts using glproxy to choose the backend (OpenGL or OpenGL ES2) at runtime instead of building a different executable for each one.

Release made but not including glproxy due to bug https://bugs.launchpad.net/glproxy/+bug/855524

Ongoing work on glmark2 - 2011.09

High

New benchmarks for desktop oriented use cases, enhancements to existing lighting benchmarks and new options to allow investigation of the effect of shader precision on performance.

Benchmark suite runs successfully both on Ubuntu and Android panda LEBs.

Released

Porting work to make the Unity plugin compatible with the updated plugin APIs

High

Headline/Acceptance are missing. RELEASE MADE

dma-mapping API work for 2011.09

High

Improving dma-mapping APIs for Unified Memory Management

dma-mapping-v3 released from Marek, rebased and bug-fixed for linux kernel 3.1-rcX

KMS support for Linaro supported platforms for 2011.09

Medium

Initial version of OMAP DRM dmabuf prototype

builds and X11 comes up (framebuffer using CMA)

Ongoing work for the glproxy library for 2011.09

Medium

glproxy is a library that allows applications to delay linking with OpenGL or OpenGL ES2 until run-time

Applications can link with glproxy, choose between OpenGL or OpenGLES2at run-time and then use the gl* APIs as usual

Release blocked by bug https://bugs.launchpad.net/glproxy/+bug/855524

Perf events for GPU drivers - 2011.09

Medium

Hook performance events from GPU

User can get performance events from GPU (Mali) by reading dumped file with enabling STATE_TRACKING

Upstreaming work for OpenGL ES 2.0 support for the extension wrangler - 2011.09

Medium

GLEW lib provides efficient run-time mechanisms for determining which extensions are supported on the target platform.This release will support OpenGL ES extensions along with OpenGL.

The lib need to be tested with both OpenGL and OpenGL ES applications.

Release made

Kernel - 3.0

Implement DT support for OMAP platforms

Undefined

Enable full device tree support for OMAP boards

Acceptance is missing

Landing Teams

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

N/A

Multimedia and libjpeg-turbo

OpenMAX integration vendor survey

High

OpenMAX integration vendor survey completed with published overall results

N/A

Survey in https://wiki.linaro.org/WorkingGroups/Middleware/Multimedia/Specs/1111/OpenMaxIntegration?action=AttachFile&do=view&target=OpenMax_Survey.pdf

Optimization of x264 codec for ARM

Medium

Optimization of x264 for video conferencing system

User can use settings for x264 to implement real-time encoder

Results published in https://wiki.linaro.org/WorkingGroups/Middleware/Multimedia/Specs/1111/CodecOptimization/x264

Shortened versions of the samplemedia.linaro.org test content

Medium

Create short version test contents(3-5s) for sanity test use

Short version test contents uploaded to samplemedias.linaro.org and also packed in samplemedia debian package

Release ready but pending final check from TSC regarding the licensing info accompanying the samples package

ARM port of speex codec

Medium

ARM port for Speex Codec

Test using 3GPP test vectors for WB-AMR, verify tarball unpacks correctly

Released

NEON optimization forum summit

Medium

Initial face to face meeting with best practices presentations and information shared through the NEON optimization forum summit

N/A

Final presentations in https://wiki.linaro.org/WorkingGroups/Middleware/Multimedia/Specs/1111/NEONOptimizationForum/Summit, all actions done

UCM baseline configurations for ARM

Medium

UCM configurations baseline created.

User can use alsaucm (alsa-utils) to query and control the audio mixer, and verified the states by alsamixer.

Release made

Integrate android extensions

Medium

libjpeg-turbo upstream supports android.
Rework libjpeg-turbo library startup

Android LEB image is able to use the 1.2.x based upstream libjpeg-turbo source base. Libjpeg-turbo will operate as a drop in replacement of the existing libjpeg library. Testing passes and benchmarks are clearly an improvement over the old library.

Release made

Rework libjpeg-turbo library startup

High

libjpeg-turbo code for all architectures, now uses smarter and faster initialize mechanism for all architectures

Libjpeg-turbo is able to start, initialize itself, setup hardware dependent function tables etc at library startup using library init and by reading aux tables or other hardware appropriate methods.

Just added blueprint - good progress and needs code review to complete it

Platform - Android

Benchmark the 11.09 Toolchain

Essential

Linaro's 11.09 toolchain has been benchmarked

Linaro's 11.09 toolchain is benchmarked and posted on the wiki

Create Multimedia Test App

Essential

An application is available for Android that tests video playback for all supported formats and displays benchmarks.

A multimedia test-app that generates the content, runs the content (on the screen) and shows benchmarks for both

Upgrade the iMX53 Android kernel to 3.0

Essential

iMX53 Android on is now running on a 3.0 Linux kernel

iMX53 Android running on a 3.0 Linux kernel

Enable ADB on all Builds

Essential

ADB is now supported on all builds

ADB works on all builds

Enable Ethernet on all Builds

Essential

Ethernet now works on all builds

Ethernet works on all builds

Integrate the 11.09 Toolchain

Essential

All Android builds are running with the 11.09 toolchain

All Android builds are running with the 11.09 toolchain

Increase space to store build on android-build.linaro.org

High

Android Build archive space was extended to accommodate increased usage and number of boards supported.

Android Build has enough space for projected one year's usage.

Enable -O3 in Android Builds Compiled with GCC 4.6

High

Android is now compiled with GCC4.6 with -O3

Android 2.3.4 and 2.3.5 boot with and function with -O3

Enable Toolchain Optimizations

High

Android is built with more compiler optimizations

More compiler optimizations are enabled, system still works and runs faster than before - or all compiler optimizations have been tried and proven not to have positive effects.

Integrate Gerrit and LAVA

High

Changes are now automatically tested with LAVA in order to reduce the time and effort of integration and testing.

A change is automatically tested and merged or not based on the result

track the latest kernel from Samsung landing team

High

Tracking latest kernel from Samsung landing team.

Get and apply the latest kernel for Origen board from Samsung landing team.

Integrate glmark2 into Android

Medium

glmark2 added to all the official builds for Android

glmark2 is runnable as part of 0xbench from Android

Panda LEB Bluetooth Enablement

Medium

Panda supports Bluetooth

Bluetooth work from Android Userspace

Panda LEB Wi-Fi Enablement

Medium

Panda supports Wi-Fi

Wi-Fi works in Android from Userspace

Set up automated syncing with AOSP

Medium

Syncing with AOSP is now automated.

Syncing with AOSP is automatically performed with a set interval.

Set up Linaro Android branching scheme and conventions

Medium

Naming conventions for branches are now formalized and enforced in Gerrit.

Gerrit will not accept changes for a branch not complying with the rules on <Linaro wiki page>.

Change "leb" to "stage" for all Builds

Medium

Staging build has been released on all supported boards.

Staging build has been released on all supported boards.

Move gits from people to more appropriate places

Medium

Linaro Android builds are now referencing gits at more permanent locations

All supported manifests in a release are free from people/ gits

Include Busybox from Source

Medium

Busybox is built from source in all Android builds

Busybox source code is integrated in Linaro GIT repository and used in all builds.

Enable and Characterize sched_mc on Android

Medium

sched_mc is enabled and characterized on Android

An Android Panda build with sched_mc exists in android-build.

Build MLO from Source in Android Builds

Medium

MLO is now built from source code in Android builds

The MLO that Panda and Panda-LEB uses for Android uses gets built from source from the upstream git (git://git.linaro.org/boot/u-boot-linaro-stable)

Fix Powertop on Android

Medium

Powertop is now available on Android

The Linaro branch of Powertop runs and produce meaningful data with Ubuntu and Android on ARM and with Ubuntu on Intel.

Fix Suspend and Resume on Panda

Low

Panda can now go into and come out of resume

Panda goes into and comes out of resume

Daily builds for gcc-linaro from bzr

Undefined

Daily builds of Android toolchain against gcc-linaro bzr repository is provided.

4.5 & 4.6 daily builds are running, their build time does not exceed largely that of the tarball toolchain builds, and they utilize pay-by-usage networking services efficiently (in particular, do not exchange large traffic volume between EC2 and outside).

Pull Snowball A-release into android-build

Undefined

Snowball Android A-release from igloocommunity.org can be built from android-build.

Snowball Android A-release can be built on android-build.linaro.org.

faketsd Enablement on LEB-panda and Panda

Undefined

Music,Phone, Contacts are working.

Music,Phone, Contacts are working.

Platform - Developer Platform

CI with the Linux Linaro packages

Essential

The Linux Linaro packages are now generated, validated and integrated in a continuous loop.

Build bot is in place and it is built at every new commit or at least daily. Results from the merge published at a staging git tree. Packages generated with hwpack in place and tested at Lava.

CI with the U-Boot-Linaro packages

High

The U-Boot-Linaro packages are now generated and validated at a continuous integration loop.

Git->Bzr branches in place. Recipe created at Launchpad. Packages published at the staging PPA. Packages available for the release (overlay PPA), copied from the last working and validated package from the staging PPA.

Change hwpacks to use hwpacks v2

High

Ubuntu hardware packs are now ported to use version 2, allocating the hardware specific configurations at the hwpack itself, without depending on linaro-image-tools to provide them.

All hwpacks ported to v2 and working with latest linaro-image-tools the same way as with v1, without any regression.

Cross Buildable Nano PPA, Natty based

High

Linaro Ubuntu Natty Nano images are now cross buildable, making anyone able to cross build and customize it as needed.

Nano package list published at the wiki, fixes at the tools available at a PPA, cross enabled packages available at a PPA with proper instructions on how to cross build them, enough to generate the Nano image.

Cross Native Gcc-Linaro packages

High

Cross Linaro Gcc packages that support multi-architectures are now available at the Toolchain Backports PPA.

Cross Gcc-Linaro packages for 11.09 available at the toolchain backports PPA, daily packages available at the Staging PPA, able to install it at Natty and cross build a package with it.

Debian/Ubuntu Multiarch Porting for 11.09

High

The ongoing effort to support Multiarch on Debian/Ubuntu has yielded 28 package changes upstream and at Oneiric Overlay PPA.

Package list for 11.09, porting status and bugs/changes pushed to Debian/Ubuntu, and packages also available at the Oneiric Overlay PPA.

Evaluate the Launchpad derived distro support

High

Evaluation of the new Launchpad derived distro feature, helping to decide if we'll be able to start using the new feature and move away for the Overlay PPA.

Discussions with the launchpad team checking what is needed to create a derived distro in place, initial testing and report published at a wiki page, bugs filled against launchpad and a list of issues that should be solved for Linaro so we can start using at production.

Initial LTTng 2.0 support

High

11.09 release brings initial LTTng 2.0 prerelease support.

LTTng 2.0 prerelease working with the developer image, and important packages also available at the Linaro Overlay.

Make libjpeg-turbo available at Ubuntu Oneiric

High

Ubuntu Oneiric now also provides the libjpeg-turbo package, based on the Linaro 11.08/11.09 release.

libjpeg-turbo available at the Ubuntu Oneiric repositories, even if it's just available at universe. Due current Oneiric release schedule, not being able to push to the archive is also expected.

Native Gcc-Linaro packages

High

Native Linaro Gcc packages are now available at the Overlay PPA.

Gcc-Linaro packages for 11.09 available at the Overlay, daily packages available at the Staging PPA, able to install it at the developer image, and able to build a package with it.

OMAP 4 SPL USB support at U-Boot

High

Pandaboard U-Boot SPL now delivers USB support, making it able for users to flash the second stage boot loader from the host side (similar as omap4boot).

Pandaboard U-Boot SPL enable USB support while booting, and both U-Boot and Kernel can be flashed into RAM from the host side, using USB.

11.08 Kernel Linaro on Ubuntu Oneiric

Medium

Latest linux-linaro packages are now integrated at Ubuntu Oneiric.

linux-linaro packages available at Oneiric (upstream), at least the packages based on 11.08 release

CI against the U-Boot upstream tree

Medium

The U-Boot upstream project is now tested and validated with the dev platform continuous integration loop.

Git->Bzr branches in place. Package branch the upstream project. Packages available at the staging PPA. At least one hwpack created based on this package.

Extend PXE support at more platforms

Medium

U-Boot-Linaro now delivers PXE support for additional platforms, like IGEPv2, Overo, Vexpress and iMX53

With each supported board, check if u-boot-linaro delivers PXE support by booting the board over PXE/TFTP

Generic Toolchain Improvements for 11.09

Medium

Improved support for the Generic Toolchain, supporting the Gcc-Linaro packages

Generic toolchain available using gcc-linaro packages. Support similar with previous one, without any major usage regression

Integrate Android Developer components into Ubuntu

Medium

Users are now able to install and use the Android Developer tools such as adb and fastboot at the Ubuntu LEB images.

Installing Ubuntu LEB image, use apt-get install to install the Android Developer tools and being able to use it without any major issue.

Investigate and improve the boot speed of Oneiric based images

Medium

Ubuntu LEB based on Oneiric contains an improved boot time, with reports available at wiki.linaro.org and bugs filled against Ubuntu upstream

Boot chart for Oneiric based images available, reports showing the issues and areas for improvements, bugs filled against Oneiric (upstream) and bug fixes available at the Overlay PPA

Live build extensions to work together with linaro-media-create

Medium

Live-build now supports hooking linaro-media-create while generating an image.

Command to create an image with live-build, hooking with linaro-media-create and producing a valid image in the end. The image must be tested and work like any other image created by the sum of both steps.

Resyncing U-Boot-Linaro with upstream U-Boot (11.09)

Medium

Local modifications at U-Boot-Linaro are all sent upstream, and code is rebased against U-Boot v2011.09

Rebase against v2011.09, local modifications at least published upstream (that makes sense), no major regression

Working systemtap with Ubuntu LEBs

Medium

The Systemtap diagnostic tool has been integrated into the Ubuntu LEBs images. Systemtap will report on kernel function entry/exit with function parameters and return value accessible within systemtap script, timers, the number of cache misses and more. Systemtap is a scripting language that allows writing easily complex code instrumentation while accessing function parameters. This includes the capability to perform customized tracing, which is interesting to monitor target with small overhead.

Able to install systemtap at Panda/LEB, making it work without any extra step (everything included at the LEB image).

Daily packages for Linaro Powerdebug

Medium

Daily packages for Linaro Powerdebug are now available at the Staging Overlay, supporting the continuous integration effort by enabling the automatically generated packages to be available for the Ubuntu LEB.

Git->Bzr branches in place. Recipe created at Launchpad. Packages published at the staging PPA. Packages available for the release (overlay PPA), copied from the last working and validated package from the staging PPA.

Daily packages for GLMark2

Medium

Daily packages for GLMark2 are now available at the Staging Overlay, supporting the continuous integration effort by enabling the automatically generated packages to be available for the Ubuntu LEB.

Recipe created at Launchpad. Packages published at the staging PPA. Packages available for the release (overlay PPA), copied from the last working and validated package from the staging PPA.

Daily packages for GLCompBench

Medium

Daily packages for GLCompBench are now available at the Staging Overlay, supporting the continuous integration effort by enabling the automatically generated packages to be available for the Ubuntu LEB.

Recipe created at Launchpad. Packages published at the staging PPA. Packages available for the release (overlay PPA), copied from the last working and validated package from the staging PPA.

Platform - Infrastructure

Migrate Jenkins Script to Bzr and Port Linux Linaro 3.0 Jobs

Essential

Linaro CI service moved it's code to a central infrastructure team maintained bzr repository. With the added scalability the Linaro CI project made a big step closer to offering kernel CI build services to the linaro organization officially.

beagle and panda linux linaro 3.0 CI builds are continuously succeeding on ci.linaro.org; hwpack gets submitted to the lab and the job runs successfully; all code is centrally maintained in bzr; the same code is used for all kernel tree/branches/defconfigs; changes to bzr get automatically picked up by next build.

Port All Kernel CI Jobs to use central bzr code

High

All existing 12 Linaro Kernel CI jobs have been successfully ported to a better codebase that allows larger scale deployment and better team maintenance of the job code in a central instance. With this, kernel CI builds for linux, linux-linaro, linux-next and arm-soc for-next trees will automatically benefit from improvements done to the scripts and tools used to build, package and submit kernel builds to the LAVA lab.

All Linaro CI Builds are using the bzr code snippet introduced by the jenkins-scripts-in-bzr blueprints; After doing this, no reygression are observed at the kernel build, package and hwpack creation; job submission, job execution side.

Deliver and announce beta stage of kernel CI service

High

The Linaro Infrastructure Team has completed the first stage of the kernel CI service and is proud to open the program up to initial users. Get in contact with the Infrastructure Team or file a bug against the linaro-ci launchpad project if you want your kernel tree/defconfig to be continuously build tested and runtime tested for board types supported in LAVA.

Continous Kernel CI build and LAVA execution fully operational for selected boards; currently CI service tracks linux-linaro, linux (linus), arm-soc/for-next and linux-next trees for a selection of member board defconfig; more to be added. Simple Wiki home for kernel CI service available and a process to request setup for builds is documented on the wiki; finally an announcement mail about service availability and process was sent to linaro-dev and linaro-kernel.

Linaro roadmap delivery tracking - beta

High

status.linaro.org is now able to show some information about Linaro's roadmap

a page for each lane on status.linaro.org, showing the cards that are in that lane in the correct state

Linaro Hardware packs v2

Medium

Hardware packs have a new updated format that can store more information about the target board to provide more precise data such as which serial console to use (if any), which u-boot file to use (if any) and more.

linaro-image-tools able to create and install hardware packs with a new format that means linaro-media-create needs no knowledge of the details of a particular board.

Platform - Validation

Provide a link to where the test results will be from the scheduler

Essential

Continuous integration systems scheduling their jobs in LAVA can now easily link to the results, and even query the results by using the id returned by the scheduler

1. On the scheduler UI, a link associated with the job can be clicked to show where the results will be in the dashboard
2. When using the CLI, a url can be provided that will link to the results when they are uploaded
3. An API exists that can return information about the total passes/failures/attempts for a bundle based on the job id

Teach LAVA about Linaro images

Essential

LAVA can now have test results associated with whole images

1. Test results can be associated with an image or "task" of some sort
2. a view exists that shows test results associated with the same image
3. a view exists that helps the release manager define an image

Create an Android test runner for LAVA

High

LAVA now includes a test execution framework for running tests and benchmarks on Android

1. LAVA can run tests in android via a single action that calls into an android test runner
2. The test runner parses results and converts them to bundle format that can be uploaded to the dashboard

Job cancellation in lava-scheduler

High

Jobs can be cancelled from the scheduler UI or CLI

1. lava-scheduler-tool can be used to cancel a job submitted, but not running submitted by the authenticated user, or an admin
2. lava-scheduler-tool can be used to cancel a running job submitted by the authenticated user, or an admin
3. web ui can be used to cancel a job submitted, but not running submitted by the authenticated user, or an admin
4. web ui can be used to cancel a running job submitted by the authenticated user, or an admin

Allow boards to be put in maintenance mode

High

LAVA can now be be put into a state to finish the jobs already in progress, but not start new ones so that a maintenance window can be created.

A board can be marked offline (or similar state) and the current running job will complete, but no additional work will be started until it is marked idle/online again.

Ensure scheduler reconnects to the database if connection fails

Medium

The LAVA Scheduler can now start reliably using upstart when the system is booted.

Upstart job can automatically start the scheduler and the scheduler will try to connect to the db until it comes up, rather than fail if it races and tries to start before the database.

More human readable results and bundles

Medium

Things like SHA1 and UUID in results views have been replaced by more human readable fields

The results view should contain something shorter, and more meaningful to a person than the uuid and sha1 sums

Package the dispatcher

Medium

The lava-dispatcher is now available as a package.

lava-dispatcher can be installed from the linaro-validation PPA.

Refactor configuration code in LAVA dispatcher

Medium

Local configuration data for lava-dispatcher is now stored in config files.

Config files are read for config data rather than defining things like test machines in the code.

Make it possible for the lava scheduler to shutdown/restart without killing running jobs

Medium

The LAVA scheduler can be shutdown or restarted without affecting the jobs that are running.

Scheduler can be restarted while jobs are running.

Add a scheduler view with details about the device

Low

A new view has been added to the scheduler to show details about each device

You can click on a device in the scheduler UI to show details about the device

Integrate lava-test with lava-tool

Low

LAVA Test has been reconstructed as a plugin under lava-tool.

1. LAVA dispatcher can run lava-test without changes to the dispatcher
2. New lava-test implementation under lava-tool contains the same core functionality (dashboard plugin missing is ok, since that's no longer needed)

Test a new kernel in LAVA

Low

A new kernel package can be specified for testing directly in the lava-dispatcher

A dispatcher job can be submitted with a kernel parameter that will cause it to deploy the image, and also install the new kernel in that image for testing.

Power Management

Add support for sched_mc on Arm platform

Essential

Add topology detection for ARM thus allowing scheduler to be tweaked to save power.

https://wiki.linaro.org/WorkingGroups/PowerManagement/Specs/sched_mc#Tests

Extend existing thermal framework (if necessary) to do cpufreq scaling

High

Extend existing thermal framework to allow cpufreq in cases of thermal overload

Patchset with extensions and atleast one sensor driver (OMAP) doing thermal management

Move samsung platform to common save and restore code

High

Get samsung code ported to new common code and maintain a tree to support Lorenzo's bid to get this code upstream

A git tree containing Lorenzo's common code, VExpress code + Samsung's code ported over to using the common code updated to the latest kernel revision

push i.mx5 platform cpuidle driver

High

Mainline the cpuidle driver for i.MX5

Driver is accepted in Sascha's tree for 3.2 merge window

sched_mc/hotplug/cpuidle power measurement shootout

High

Understand the pros and cons of sched_mc, cpuidle, hotplug, cgroups and cpusets

A wiki page that details the pros and cons of each in various workloads and recommendations

optimise cpuidle menu governor for hardware assisted idling

Medium

Optimise the menu governor for HW-assisted idling

Changes submitted to mainline and reviewed

Add GPIO power sysfs tree support

Medium

Add support for viewing gpio states in powerdebug

GPIO states can be seen in powerdebug

Toolchain - GCC 4.5 - GCC 4.6 - GDB 7.3

Make a 1.0 release of cortex-strings

High

First release of cortex-strings, a set of hand-optimised string routines for Cortex-A processors

standard release procedure run and a tarball released via Launchpad

Support GSoC student in upstreaming Android emulator code

High

N/A

N/A

Setup a local environment and benchmark SPEC and EEMBC

Medium

N/A

N/A

Add SPEC and EEMBC

Medium

Benchmark using SPEC 2000 and more from the EEMBC suite.

N/A

Conditional compares

High

Backport improvements in conditional compares.

https://wiki.linaro.org/WorkingGroups/ToolChain/std-performance-acceptance

Fix widening multiply scheduling

High

Fix scheduler descriptions for widening multiply instructions.

https://wiki.linaro.org/WorkingGroups/ToolChain/std-performance-acceptance

Improve constant generation in Thumb-2

High

Headline/Acceptance are missing

Improve support for widening multiplies for ARM

High

Improve support for widening multiplies from 16bit operands to 64 bit results and the corresponding accumulate versions

Patches committed upstream after review , backported to Linaro GCC 4.6 tree, and passing GCC bootstrap and regression testsuite.

Reduce over-promotion

High

Reduce over-promotion of vector operations that could be done with narrower elements.

https://wiki.linaro.org/WorkingGroups/ToolChain/std-performance-acceptance

Reduce redundant VFP/ARM moves

High

Reduce the amount of redundant moves from VFP to ARM Core registers ivopts.

https://wiki.linaro.org/WorkingGroups/ToolChain/std-performance-acceptance

Linaro toolchain in Android

Medium

N/A

N/A

Remote hardware watchpoint and breakpoint support

Medium

Add gdbserver support for hardware watchpoints and breakpoints. These are hardware assisted, faster than the software versions, and make watchpoints usable.

run the testsuite against a remote target using a board file that enables use of hardware watchpoints, and verify watchpoint-related tests pass.


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