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Re: Localized write permission for OS maintainers
- From: Gerald Pfeifer <gerald at pfeifer dot com>
- To: Sebastian Huber <sebastian dot huber at embedded-brains dot de>
- Cc: gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org
- Date: Fri, 26 Dec 2014 06:01:15 +0100 (CET)
- Subject: Re: Localized write permission for OS maintainers
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On Thursday 2014-12-18 10:05, Sebastian Huber wrote:
> I have a question regarding the localized write permission for OS
> maintainers. In
> we have
> "Localized write permission.
> This is for people who have primary responsibility for ports, front
> ends, or other specific aspects of the compiler. These folks are
> allowed to make changes to areas they maintain and related
> documentation, web pages, and test cases without approval from
> anyone else, and approve other people's changes in those areas. They
> must get approval for changes elsewhere in the compiler.
> Maintainers of a port maintain the relevant files in |gcc/config|,
> documentation, web pages, and test cases and aspects of these
> relevant to that port. Port maintainers do not have approval rights
> beyond this."
> Does this cover OS specific areas in the gcc/config.gcc file? For example:
I would say so, yes. As a rule of thumb, as long as you do not
make a change that can (negatively) impact a different port or OS,