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Toon Moene wrote:
> Jason Merrill wrote:
> > >>>>> "Toon" == Toon Moene <email@example.com> writes:
> > > I cannot for the love of it understand how so many last-minute changes
> > > need to be applied to the 3.1 branch. It's not that it isn't already in
> > > existence for half a year.
> > Because a lot of regressions were only noticed at the last minute.
> Well, this is exactly what I think is wrong with our "regression
> We shouldn't act on every regression that surfaces in the last minute
> like it should uphold the release.
> My take on it is that we should establish a no-later-than date for
> release-inhibiting "regressions".
Looking back, I was still testing gcc 3.0.4 around the end of
February. I think in a large way it is a matter of focus and
people just paid more attention to gcc 3.0.x than 3.1 until
3.1 appeared closer. I know I did.
And even now, I am paying a lot closer attention to 3.1 than
the main branch.
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