How to run Regressions on windows?

Hi,
I have been trying to run the regression test on windows. I have the visual studio 2008 solution file for Clang/LLVM.
Can someone who uses windows tell me how to do this. I have tried several ways which were not so fruitful.

Thanks.

Just build the clang-test project?

- Daniel

Thanks for the reply Daniel. I tried that and I got the following errors:

C:\Users…\llvm-2.7\tools\clang\test\Index\complete-at-exprstmt.m:13:15: error: expected string not found in input
and similar errors in the following files:
1>Failing Tests (13):
1> Clang :: Index/code-complete-errors.c
1> Clang :: Index/code-completion.cpp
1> Clang :: Index/complete-at-directives.m
1> Clang :: Index/complete-at-exprstmt.m
1> Clang :: Index/complete-categories.m
1> Clang :: Index/complete-interfaces.m
1> Clang :: Index/complete-member-access.m
1> Clang :: Index/complete-objc-message.m
1> Clang :: Index/complete-properties.m
1> Clang :: Index/complete-property-flags.m
1> Clang :: Index/complete-property-getset.m
1> Clang :: Index/complete-protocols.m
1> Clang :: Index/complete-tabs.c
1> Expected Passes : 2073
1> Expected Failures : 17
1> Unexpected Failures: 13
1>lit.py: lit.cfg:136: note: using clang: ‘C:/Users/KalyanPonnala/Documents/llvm-2.7/build/bin/Debug\clang.EXE’
1>Project : error PRJ0019: A tool returned an error code from “Running Clang regression tests”
1>Build log was saved at “file://c:\Users\KalyanPonnala\Documents\llvm-2.7\build\tools\clang\test\clang-test.dir\Debug\BuildLog.htm”
1>clang-test - 28 error(s), 0 warning(s)
========== Build: 0 succeeded, 1 failed, 54 up-to-date, 0 skipped ==========

Do you know what am I doing incorrectly. I built the llvm/clang solution file using cmake-gui. And I could build the solution file “ALL BUILD” correctly without any errors. But when I tried to build the “clang-test” target it gave the errors above.

Thanks for the reply.

Ah, you are on 2.7, I'm guessing?

I believe these failures are spurious, and have been fixed on
top-of-trunk, but Doug might remember more.

- Daniel