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Re: PATCH: Disable libgcj and gprof on Linux/mips
On Wed, Jul 25, 2001 at 04:34:37PM -0700, Anthony Green wrote:
> HJ wrote:
> > > Well, since a GC is an essential part of Java, then it doesn't work.
> > > So the whole thing should be switched off.
> > >
> > I will check in this patch shortly.
> FWIW, my preference for the trunk would be to still build everything except
> for target-boehm-gc, and then force no gc in libjava/configure.host.
As I said, noone of the mips target enables libgcj.
> This lets us easily track regressions for mips linux while we fix up the gc
> situation. If a release branch is created in the meanwhile we would simply
> disable gcj for mips linux.
> Would anyone object to this strategy?
Are you working on Linux/mips? I can count the people working on
Linux/mips for gcc 3.x by one hand. The 3.0 release branch is broken
on Linux/mips. I am going to submit a bunch of patches for Linux/mips.
against the trunk since need some mips patches on the trunk.