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GCC 4.5 Status Report (2009-12-02)


The trunk is in regression and documentation fixes only mode,
Stage 3 has ended yesterday.  Release branch rules are now
in effect for all changes to trunk that touch release critical
parts of the compiler (primary and secondary targets, C and
C++ and their runtimes).

There will be a release candidate made available when there
are no remaining P1 regressions on the trunk.

If you have found a bug that you think should block the release
and that is not marked as P1 regression make sure to mark
it as regression with P3 and CC one of the release managers.
Likewise if you think a bug should not be P1.

In general all regressions toward GCC 4.4 in release critical
parts of the compiler should be P1 at this point if they
are build issues, ICEs or wrong-code issues.

We seem to get more testing of GCC 4.5 in the field now, so
bugs are more frequently reported now.  Please help in
analyzing (and possibly finding duplicates) and fixing bugs.

Quality Data

Priority	  #	Change from Last Report
--------	---	-----------------------
P1               26     +  7
P2               93     - 15
P3                4     -  3
--------        ---     -----------------------
Total           123     - 11

There are 67 P4 and 74 P5 priority regressions.  71 of all
regressions (including P4 and P5) are new in GCC 4.5.

Previous Report

The next report will be sent by Jakub.

Richard Guenther <>
Novell / SUSE Labs
SUSE LINUX Products GmbH - Nuernberg - AG Nuernberg - HRB 16746 - GF: Markus Rex

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