A score of 0 is given when the error was not detected.
A score of 1 is given for error messages with the correct error name.
A score of 2 is given for error messages with the correct error name and line number where the error occurred but not the file name where the error occurred.
A score of 3 is given for error messages with the correct error name, line number and the name of the file where the error occurred.
A score of 4 is given for error messages which contain the information for a score of 3 but less information than needed for a score of 5.
A score of 5 is given in all cases when the error message contains all the information needed for the quick fixing of the error.
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|OS/Compiler/ Runtime Tool||Out of Bounds Shared Memory Access Using Indices||Out of Bounds Shared Memory Access through Pointers||Out of Bounds Shared Memory Access in UPC Functions||Argument Errors in UPC Functions||Wrong Order of UPC Statements and Function Calls||Uninitialized Variables||Deadlock||Race Condition||Memory Related Errors||Undefined UPC Operations||Warnings (Uninitialized Shared Variables)||Average|
Note 1. Section "Non Portable Usage of UPC" includes tests which may or may not deadlock, and tests whose behavior is undefined by UPC Specifications V.1.2.
Note 2. HP UPC does not support UPC IO. These tests are skipped, and the scores are calculated for the reduced set of tests.
Note 3. GCC UPC does not support Collective Utilities and UPC IO. These tests are skipped, and the scores are calculated for the reduced set of tests.