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scrambled source for breakfest?


In gcc/gcc/doc/invoke.texi, you did:

revision 1.423
date: 2004/03/04 19:28:36;  author: stuart;  state: Exp;  lines: +20 -59
2004-03-04  Stuart Hastings  <stuart@apple.com>
        * gcc/doc/invoke.texi: Document -mlongcall for Darwin/PPC.

? Surely this is wrong? Could you please audit your changes and fix any that went astray? Thanks.

Usually this can never happen. The usual method of coming up with such a change would be copying whole files around and not reviewing a cvs diff just before check in. The usual way to avoid copying or moving whole files around would be to use diff/patch to move around just the parts one is interested in.

I restored content from my patch in 1.422 to the top of the tree. I didn't restore any other content.


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