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[wwwdocs] Cleanup for cvs.html


Hi,

This patch moves some unmaintained branches down to the inactive list,
and makes the comment for the CodeSourcery branches a bit more friendly.

OK?

Gr.
Steven

Index: cvs.html
===================================================================
RCS file: /cvs/gcc/wwwdocs/htdocs/cvs.html,v
retrieving revision 1.118
diff -c -3 -p -r1.118 cvs.html
*** cvs.html	17 Nov 2003 17:46:09 -0000	1.118
--- cvs.html	30 Nov 2003 17:34:14 -0000
*************** particular releases or snapshots or the 
*** 164,180 ****
  
    <dt>csl-arm-branch</dt>
    <dd>CodeSourcery branch for developing ARM back end improvements.
!   No check-ins should be made to this branch unless authorized by
!   CodeSourcery personnel.</dd>
  
    <dt>csl-hpux-branch</dt>
!   <dd>CodeSourcery branch for developing hpux improvements.
!   No check-ins should be made to this branch unless authorized by
!   CodeSourcery personnel.</dd>
! 
!   <dt>dfa-branch</dt>
!   <dd>This branch contains the insn scheduler with an automaton
!   based pipeline hazard recognizer.</dd>
  
    <dt><a href="projects/ast-optimizer.html">ast-optimizer-branch</a></dt>
    <dd>The purpose of this branch is to work on improving GCC's tree
--- 164,178 ----
  
    <dt>csl-arm-branch</dt>
    <dd>CodeSourcery branch for developing ARM back end improvements.
!   The branch is maintained by CodeSourcery personnel.  Patches should
!   be marked with the tag <code>[csl-arm-branch]</code> in the subject
!   line.</dd>
  
    <dt>csl-hpux-branch</dt>
!   <dd>CodeSourcery branch for developing HP-UX improvements.
!   The branch is maintained by CodeSourcery personnel.  Patches should
!   be marked with the tag <code>[csl-hpux-branch]</code> in the subject
!   line.</dd>
  
    <dt><a href="projects/ast-optimizer.html">ast-optimizer-branch</a></dt>
    <dd>The purpose of this branch is to work on improving GCC's tree
*************** particular releases or snapshots or the 
*** 195,240 ****
    <dd>Work on implementing SSA analysis and optimization for trees 
    is done in this branch.</dd>
  
-   <dt>tree-ssa-cfg-branch</dt>
-   <dd>A subbranch of <a
-   href="projects/tree-ssa/">tree-ssa-20020619-branch</a> with the purpose
-   of changing the current tree of statements + cfg code representation
-   to the one based only on cfg.  Later optimizations that could benefit
-   from a simpler cfg manipulation may be developed here.</dd>
- 
-   <dt>faster-compiler-branch</dt> 
-   <dd>This branch is for work aimed primarily
-   at making GCC itself run faster.  No checkin policy has yet been
-   established.  See
-   <a href="http://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc/2002-08/msg00498.html";>this
-   thread</a> for discussion of possible work to be done in this
-   area.</dd>
- 
-   <dt>gomp-01-branch</dt> 
-   <dd>This is a sub-branch of <a
-   href="projects/tree-ssa/">tree-ssa-20020619-branch</a> used by
-   the <a href="http://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/gomp/";>GOMP</a>
-   project to implement <a href="http://www.openmp.org/";>OpenMP</a> in GCC. The check-in
-   policies are the same as in the tree-ssa branch:  Patches
-   should be sent to <a href="mailto:gcc-patches@gcc.gnu.org";>gcc-patches@gcc.gnu.org</a>
-   and marked with <code>[gomp-branch]</code> in the subject.
-   This branch is maintained by <a href="mailto:dnovillo@redhat.com";>Diego Novillo
-   &lt;dnovillo@redhat.com&gt;</a>.</dd>
- 
    <dt>new-regalloc-branch</dt>
    <dd>Daniel Berlin and Michael Matz are working on an implementation of a 
    graph-coloring register allocator on this branch. It is known to bootstrap 
    under x86-linux and ppc-linux.</dd>
  
!   <dt><a href="projects/cfg.html">cfg-branch</a></dt> 
!   <dd>This branch is created to develop and test infrastructure for
!   easier writing of new RTL based optimizations.  Some new passes
!   (such as superblock formation, loop peeling, web construction,
!   branch combining etc.)  are being implemented there.</dd>
! 
!   <dt>rtlopt-branch</dt>
!   <dd>This branch is equivalent to the cfg-branch with the exception that it
!   is based on gcc-pre3.4 tree, instead of gcc-pre3.3 cfg-branch is based on.</dd>
  
    <dt><a href="projects/cxx-reflection/">cxx-reflection-branch</a></dt>
    <dd>Part of the work on providing support for compile time
--- 193,208 ----
    <dd>Work on implementing SSA analysis and optimization for trees 
    is done in this branch.</dd>
  
    <dt>new-regalloc-branch</dt>
    <dd>Daniel Berlin and Michael Matz are working on an implementation of a 
    graph-coloring register allocator on this branch. It is known to bootstrap 
    under x86-linux and ppc-linux.</dd>
  
!   <a href="projects/cfg.html">rtlopt-branch</a></dt>
!   <dd>This branch is the successor to the cfg-branch, with the
!   exception that it is based on GCC pre-3.4.  The purpose of the branch
!   is to develop and test infrastructure for CFG based code improving
!   transformations on RTL.</dd>
  
    <dt><a href="projects/cxx-reflection/">cxx-reflection-branch</a></dt>
    <dd>Part of the work on providing support for compile time
*************** particular releases or snapshots or the 
*** 280,285 ****
--- 248,281 ----
  
    <dt>mips-3_4-rewrite-branch</dt>
    <dd>This branch has been merged into the mainline.</dd>
+ 
+   <dt>dfa-branch</dt>
+   <dd>This branch has been merged into the mainline.</dd>
+ 
+   <dt>tree-ssa-cfg-branch</dt>
+   <dd>This branch has been berged into the tree-ssa-20020619-branch.</dd>
+   
+   <dt>faster-compiler-branch</dt> 
+   <dd>This was a temporary branch for compiler speedups for GCC 3.4.
+   See <a href="http://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc/2002-08/msg00498.html";>this
+   thread</a> for discussion of possible work still to be done in this
+   area.  The branch is unmaintained at present.</dd>
+ 
+   <dt>gomp-01-branch</dt> 
+   <dd>This branch was created to allow the
+   <a href="http://savannah.nongnu.org/projects/gomp/";>GOMP</a>
+   project to implement <a href="http://www.openmp.org/";>OpenMP</a>
+   support in GCC.  It has since been found that a new C parser is
+   necessary before OpenMP support can be easily implemented.  Thus,
+   branch is currently unmaintained, but may be re-activated in the
+   near future.</dd>
+ 
+   <dt>cfg-branch</dt>
+   <dd>This branch was created to develop and test infrastructure
+   for easier writing of new RTL based optimizations.  The branch
+   was based on GCC pre-3.3 and has been partially merged into the
+   mainline for GCC 3.4.  This branch is now closed, but the work
+   is being continued on the rtlopt-branch.</dd>
  
  </dl>
  


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