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Re: Removal of V2 code
On Sun, Nov 19, 2000 at 05:10:33PM -0800, Geoff Keating wrote:
>Mark Mitchell <email@example.com> writes:
>> I plan on doing a `cvs remove' on the V2 sources, and removing the
>> configury bits for V2 at the end of next week as things seem to be
>> settling OK with V3. (There are still some AIX issues with V3, but
>> they seem to be well on the path to resolution.)
>> If you have objections to this plan (i.e., you need the V2 sources to
>> continue your work), you should:
>> - Try hard to get V3 working on your platform.
>> - Complain to me. Explain why you can't switch to V3, and what
>> you need in order to make that happen.
>> We can keep V2 in the tree for a bit longer, if we need to, but you'll
>> have to come up with a good reason... :-)
>The embedded platforms (*-elf, powerpc-eabi*, *-coff) don't work yet with V3; I
>don't believe anyone, certainly not at Red Hat, will be able to fix
>this until next month; we don't have time.
>I don't know what the vxworks status is, but I'd bet it doesn't work either.
>I don't know what the Cygwin status is. It may work.
Cygwin should be ok.