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Re: [RFC] Contributing tree-ssa to mainline
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On Saturday 17 January 2004 05:07 am, Robert Dewar wrote:
> email@example.com wrote:
> > In message <10401170230.AA15232@vlsi1.ultra.nyu.edu>, Richard Kenner
> > writes:
> > Given the lack of movement on that front, how can we realistically expect
> > any movement on something like tree-ssa? Particularly when tree-ssa
> > depends on function at a time mode?
> > Given the lack of movement from the Ada maintainers on that front, can we
> > realistically consider the Ada front-end even maintained, except perhaps
> > in a bugfix mode?
As an Ada user, and one following the 3.4 tree, I have to disagree about no
movement on the Ada front. The code is under development. The changes from
3.3.2 are significant.
P.S.: gcc 3.4 Ada builds under NetBSD-CURRENT on Ix86. Current 8 errors (none
in tasking) from check Ada.
John R. Shannon
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