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Re: [PATCH] Fix PR target/19933 and PR target/21315


> In fact, I'd go so far as to say that maybe we should have a list of
> things that need to be fixed, not things that don't, on most platforms.

Is that not what the matching regexp is for?

>   We've had at least two customers ask us to look through the fixes
> being applied to system headers, and when we've looked we've found a lot
> of things being fixed unnecessarily.  The unnecessary fixes have a cost
> in that they increase the problems with upgrading the OS, but not the
> compilers; you can rerurn fixincludes, but that's not trivial.

Would the solution to this problem not be to strengthen this regexp?

-- 
Eric Botcazou


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