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Re: GCC 3.4.3 Released


Eric Botcazou wrote:

This release is available from the FTP servers listed here:

http://www.gnu.org/order/ftp.html

The release is in the gcc/gcc-3.4.3 subdirectory.



It appears that the diffs have not been generated.


Correct! It turns out that the gcc_release script does not check the "-p" option very well. I supplied an invalid path, and it just ignored the path. I'm going to apply this obvious patch to the 3.4 branch. Gerald already did something similar on the mainline.

Do you think it's important that we generate these for the 3.4.3 release? If so, I can run them manually.

Thanks,

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2004-11-10  Mark Mitchell  <mark@codesourcery.com>

	* gcc_release: Check "-p" argument more carefully.

Index: gcc_release
===================================================================
RCS file: /cvs/gcc/gcc/maintainer-scripts/gcc_release,v
retrieving revision 1.44.8.5
diff -c -5 -p -r1.44.8.5 gcc_release
*** gcc_release	21 May 2004 13:07:43 -0000	1.44.8.5
--- gcc_release	10 Nov 2004 20:16:56 -0000
*************** while getopts "d:fr:u:t:p:s:l" ARG; do
*** 533,543 ****
      l)    LOCAL=1
  	  SCP=cp
  	  FTP_PATH=~ftp/pub/gcc
  	  PATH=~:/usr/local/bin:$PATH;;
      p)    OLD_TARS="${OLD_TARS} ${OPTARG}"
!           if [ -d ${OPTARG} ]; then
  	    error "-p argument must name a tarball"
  	  fi;;
      \?)   usage;;
      esac
  done
--- 533,543 ----
      l)    LOCAL=1
  	  SCP=cp
  	  FTP_PATH=~ftp/pub/gcc
  	  PATH=~:/usr/local/bin:$PATH;;
      p)    OLD_TARS="${OLD_TARS} ${OPTARG}"
!           if [ ! -f ${OPTARG} ]; then
  	    error "-p argument must name a tarball"
  	  fi;;
      \?)   usage;;
      esac
  done

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