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Re: [PR 9283] and [PR 15000]


"Niall Douglas" <s_fsfeurope2@nedprod.com> writes:

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> PR 9283 Adds class/struct visibility; -fvisibility, -fvisibility-
> inlines-hidden command line args; #pragma GCC visibility; tests for 
> all the above
>
> PR 15000 Adds class/struct visibility; -fvisibility, -fvisibility-
> inlines-hidden command line args; #pragma GCC visibility; tests for 
> all the above
>
> (This patch wholly incorporates Brian Ryner's as posted at 
> http://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc-patches/2004-04/msg01428.html)
>
> Please find attached a patch against GCC v3.4.0 release adding the -
> fvisibility & -fvisibility-inlines-hidden command line args, 
> documentation for the same, class/struct visibility setting, #pragma 
> GCC visibility and improved symbol locality setting which gives 
> better code quality. Tests have been added to the testsuite testing 
> all the new functionality.

Our policy is to add patches first against GCC mainline - GCC 3.4 is
on the release branch.  New features like this are not added to
release branches in general.

What's the copyright situation of this patch?  Has everybody involved
done the paperwork?

Andreas
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