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Re: patches to move to gcc-3_2-branch
In article <email@example.com>,
Benjamin Kosnik<firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>> Upon looking at it closely, it is really hard for me to consider this
>> a regression. User's use of __USE_MALLOC has always been problematic
>> in v3.
> This is a regression against 2.95 era compilers (v2), where __USE_MALLOC
> was possible. I thought these still counted, or do all regressions have
> to be against 3.x series compilers? Perhaps I'm just confused.
> I'm in favor of this patch. It resolves longstanding issues with
> the allocators, improves (aye, makes possible) debugging, and in a sane
I will not complain if you install it. I just got cold feet from
doing it myself.
>> I probably would have moved it without any thought but the merge of
>> include/bits/stl_alloc.h produced a large conflict because many patches
>> were made to formatting, etc on mainline.
> I have moved this patch as well, in my sources, and just moved the
> formatting as well.
OK, had I known that was allowed, I might have proceeded. ;-)
> Do you think a better solution is to put it on the rhl8 branch, instead?
> I am open to this possibility, but consider it less appealing.
> Note that the added symbol has to be in GLIBCPP_3.2.2 now for the
> branch, since 3.2.1 has now been released
Yes, of course. I hope I would have known to do that version bump
when transferring it. I think I would have. I did remember that you
had to follow-up my patch with a symbol export.
If you have the final patch form that you are happy with, then please
commit it under the rule that it is a regression from 2.95. Whether
it is a regression or not, it has surely produced PRs as if it were a