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Re: Plans for 3.0.4 ?


On Tue, 15 Jan 2002, Mark Mitchell wrote:
> > What (if any) are the plans for a 3.0.4 release of gcc?
> I've been deliberately noncommittal, but it's time to commit, I guess.
> So, this is a poll: how many people feel that a 3.0.4 release
> would be valuable?

Well, I would definitely appreciate one.

Oh, and I would even more appreciate one which reverts this:

> Mon Jul 16 19:57:19 2001  Rainer Orth  <ro@TechFak.Uni-Bielefeld.DE>
>   * config/alpha/osf.h (ASM_OUTPUT_WEAK_ALIAS, ASM_WEAKEN_LABEL,
>   * mips-tfile.c (add_ext_symbol): Pass complete symbol ptr, inline
>   previous args.
>   (copy_object): Caller changed.
>   testsuite:
>   * g++.old-deja/ Removed alpha*-*-osf* XFAIL.
>   g++.old-deja/ Likewise.
>   * lib/target-supports.exp (check_weak_available): alpha*-*-osf*
>   supports weak symbols.

We still get complaints from people that CLN [*] does not compile on Tru64
5.1 and I have repeatedly pointed out that this is due to above patch
which showed up in the 3.0.1 release -- without ever getting any response
from the author.  Maybe that patch is just broken or incomplete?


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Richard B. Kreckel

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