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Re: Readiness of tree-ssa
On Wed, 2004-01-21 at 15:16, Wolfgang Bangerth wrote:
> > We're having some problems building POOMA, though they seem
> > configuration related. Brian, have you had any luck with it?
> Richard didn't seem too happy:
So, POOMA does work now, good. I meant configuration problems,
actually. The nightly tester we have seems to get into trouble
> > Is there a PR for the problems you're having with your code?
> I gave it in my mail. It's PR 13681. Steven already analyzed it, but since
> then it's been sitting idle.
> > Let's face it, when we merge the branch, we expect to have some amount
> > of fixing work to do. We can't pretend that the code will be releasable
> > by then. But we need to make sure that we merge in a state where the
> > problems are manageable.
> But that's exactly the point -- to figure out which state the branch it is in,
We are in violent agreement. Now, what I'd like to know is what of the
existing PRs do people consider blockers for inclusion into mainline.
That's the consensus I want to reach. I will try and find those that I
would like to fix prior to the merge and post them here.
Does bugzilla have a voting mechanism? We are probably not going to fix
*all* the PRs prior to merging. It reaches a point of diminishing
returns where we have stuff breaking because of changes in mainline
and/or enough drift to make the merge increasingly more difficult.