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Re: Patch for the bounds checking section of

On Fri, 26 Sep 2003, William Bader wrote:
> Patch for the bounds checking section of
> My work changed internet providers, and will become
> The new ftp server at is running,
> and will go away in a month or two.
> The patch below updates the ftp server URLs.
> The changes also make it clearer that Herman has continued updating the patches.
> and to reduce spam, I swapped my old email address (which will go away soon
> anyway) with my web page (which contains contact information).

Thanks, I committed your patch with some minor tweaks (including using
GCC 2.95 instead of gcc-2.95 and omitting one of the two duplicates links
to Haj's homepage).

Thanks for the patch; unfortunately, you are one of a few who seem to care
about (not) breaking links.


Index: extensions.html
RCS file: /cvs/gcc/wwwdocs/htdocs/extensions.html,v
retrieving revision 1.31
diff -u -3 -p -r1.31 extensions.html
--- extensions.html	22 May 2003 23:29:53 -0000	1.31
+++ extensions.html	29 Sep 2003 19:36:18 -0000
@@ -25,18 +25,19 @@ architecture.</p>
 Bounds checking patches for
 <a href="";>GCC releases</a>
-<a href="";>GCC snapshots</a>
+<a href="";>GCC snapshots</a>

 <p>These patches add a <code>-fbounds-checking</code> flag that
 adds bounds checking tests to pointer and array accesses.
 Richard Jones developed the
 <a href="";>
-patches against gcc-2.7</a> in 1995.
-Herman ten Brugge is the current maintainer and has updated the patches for
-<a href="";>William Bader</a> has unofficial
-updates for selected GCC snapshots.</p>
+patches against gcc 2.7</a> in 1995.
+<a href="";>Herman ten Brugge</a>
+is the current maintainer and has updated the patches for GCC 2.95.2 and
+<a href="";>William Bader</a> has
+<a href="";>unofficial patches</a>.</p>

 <p>You may freely mix object modules compiled with and without bounds
 checking.  The bounds checker also includes replacements for
@@ -45,7 +46,7 @@ invalid calls against checked memory obj
 compiled without bounds checking.</p>

 <p>Here is a
-<a href="";>
+<a href="";>
 compilation and execution</a> of an example program.</p>


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