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Re: auto-sync of top-level 'include' & 'config' directories?
On Fri, Nov 02, 2001 at 08:54:28PM -0500, DJ Delorie wrote:
> > Note that the "src" repo has some stuff in "include" that don't exist in
> > the "gcc" repo -- most of them are related to bfd, the opcodes library and
> > such. There's no reason why GCC couldn't import those files to minimize
> > the amount of divergence between the repos.
> There's a good reason why not. If they were merged, all the bfd folks
> would need gcc's blessing to change bfd-specific files that gcc
> doesn't care about (why should a change to include/elf/m32r.h need a
> GCC maintainer's approval?). There are a few that could be added to
> libiberty's umbrella, like filenames.h, but that's a different story.
Why aren't the bfd-specific files in the bfd directory?
> And there's no reason *to* merge them (well, unless we merge the cvs
> repositories). It's alreadly auto-merged, so there is no cost to
> keeping them the way they are.
> The include files that *are* common between gcc and src *are* in sync.
> They are part of the libiberty auto-sync process. They've been in
> sync since I got libiberty maintainership.
Okay. What about the top-level config directory?
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