For fun, I ran the g++ testsuite using the ccc frontend to clang:
# of expected passes 567
# of unexpected failures 11670
# of unexpected successes 35
# of expected failures 26
# of unresolved testcases 279
# of untested testcases 78
# of unsupported tests 310
Just a few more testcases to knock down.
Since clang doesn't support C++ yet, why is this interesting?
Just an impartial way to measure progress...
Hmm (seems meaningless to me). Since the C++ is so minimal, there are probably better ways to measure/track progress.
At this point in clangs development, running C test suites would be much more useful (to me, at least).