Basically, I want to test Google Go compiler binary package on my aarch64 Linux machine. The package was available here: https://golang.org/dl/
As the platform is not any OS on x86, I am a bit worried if the binary package would work fine or not. My question is how to test.
I have written a simple GO codes, built them, and ran. So far so good. However, I am not a GO programmer. Thus, I could not be so sure yet that the GO compiler binary package works fine.
If it were not Google GO compiler but GDB for example, I would run make check. If the outcome is not very different from the one that I get on x86, I would be relieved. I do not know what's the preferred way of testing. Any popular test suite?
I do see the test sub directory in the tar ball. What is the sub directory for? If it is testing after porting or so, how do we use it? I could not find documentation in the tarball. I could not find any appropriate texts from Google search either.
Thank you so much for your help in advance!