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Re: Unreviewed QNX patches


gp@qnx.com wrote:
Just hoping someone will look at the following and help me get them approved.

I'm willing to look at patches for misc embedded ports. I am a little rusty though, and hence not as efficient as I should be.


http://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc-patches/2003-04/msg01060.html

As Richard mentioned, this isn't a QNX patch, it is a SYSROOT patch. I suggest reposting with an accurate subject line. Also, I noticed that this link has no justication for the patch. That is probably in an earlier message, but I don't know which one offhand. Also, I noticed that the patch below has a link to an alternate version of this patch which is apparently an older version to be ignored, which is a little confusing. So a repost with accurate subject line (SYSROOT), justification, and current verison of the patch would be helpful.


http://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc-patches/2003-04/msg00236.html

This contains a number of patches to different parts of gcc that should be submitted separately. For instance, I noticed that there are libstdc++ patches in the middle of this. These should be submitted separately with appropriate subject line so that a libstdc++ person will look at them. The fixinc patches should be submitted separately so that a fixinc person can look at them. The include/stddef.h patch should be a separate patch, since it brings up other issues. The lt* files come from the libtool package. Patches to those files need to be submitted to the libtool maintainer first, and then merged into gcc after they get into libtool. See
http://gcc.gnu.org/codingconventions.html#upstream
The rest of the patches are the qnx port proper, and I can review them independently of the rest of the patches, which I will try to do Friday or Saturday.


Jim



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