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Re: [PATCH] Define __NO_MATH_INLINES and __NO_STRING_INLINES


Jakub Jelinek wrote:

One can grab the changes from CVS. How is that different from GCC?

glibc 2.3.3 has been released and there is no such thing as glibc 2.3.3
branch, only HEAD.

Sorry, Jakub and to everyone: this is quickly becoming off-topic.

You must admit that "glibc 2.3.3 has been released" sounds a little weird
without tarballs in the 'Release' dir and without a branch. All of this *is*
different, very different, from GCC.

Of course, we all use CVS (personally, I'm currently using a glibc-cvs a couple
of months old) but, perhaps I'm being naive, I like official releases, which
"sounds more trustworthy": f.i., can't happen that a casual patch (like
yours for string2.h? ;) breaks things from one day to another...


Paolo.


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