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I will do a patch. I already have a small test suite. I will need
to add some doumentation which I will do shortly. Plus I will
walk through it and make it coding standard compliant. I need a
small project as I am stuck in the cobol compiler on 'abbreviated
combined relational conditions' (designed by the person who
invented trigraphs, on a bad day).

My target is end of this weekend.

My copyright assignment is in place - and toy was originally by
Richard Kenner so it should be OK. 

Tim Josling

"Joseph S. Myers" wrote:
> On Mon, 7 May 2001, Gerald Pfeifer wrote:
> > On Sun, 6 May 2001, Joseph S. Myers wrote:
> > >> Maybe there is a case to put toy into the main tree to avoid this
> > >> duplicated effort happening again. I would volunteer to keep it
> > >> alive, as I have been doing this for a long time anyway. There
> > >> are copyright issues with putting exa into the main tree.
> > > Assuming toy is properly assigned, follows the GNU and GCC coding
> > > standards, etc., I think its inclusion in the tree would be a good idea.
> >
> > I second this and think it would be a nice very nice idea.
> So, let's have a patch to gcc-patches to add toy to the mainline,
> following all the usual GCC standards for well-behaved modern front ends
> :-).  (Ideally this would include a manual and testsuite, since
> well-behaved front ends should have those, but I won't press those
> requirements in the case of toy.)
> --
> Joseph S. Myers

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