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Re: [PATCH 3/3] ada: Use 'Access instead of 'Unchecked_Access when applicable


On  6/11, Arnaud Charlet wrote:

| > It has been bootstrapped on x86.
| 
| Could you clarify which OS and which processor variant ?
| 
| There are big differences between i585 and i686 for instance, and between
| OSes as well.

% uname -a
Linux arrakis 2.6.24-rc1 #2 SMP Mon Nov 5 11:11:26 CET 2007 i686 GNU/Linux
(native build)

| > Will you have a chance to commit other patches that you have approved
| > before leaving, so that they get a better chance to be tested by GCC
| > users?
| 
| I ususally do not take care of the commits I approve: anyone with a
| write-after approval account can commit these changes, and I've already
| more than enough patches to deal with at AdaCore.
| 
| Also, doing the commit myself would require me to do a bootstrap+make check
| to make sure I didn't screw up anything, which is lots of extra work,
| so that's why I leave that to the original poster.

Ok. Since I don't have commit rights in the GCC tree, I'll gather a list of
patches that have been approved and ask someone else (Éric?) to commit
them.

By the way, as far as I can tell, you didn't comment on my xstrdup() patch
<20071030150411.4CF7CC405B@mail2.rfc1149.net>.

  Sam


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