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Re: [plugin] Directory for plugins distributed with gcc

 Sorry that I wasn't very specific with my question. I m currently
wrapping up the conversion of
 mudflap into a plugin. Most of the required patches have being
approved and committed, so I was
 thinking ahead as to where the the plugin code will reside.
 Thanks for the information and the link


On Wed, Jul 15, 2009 at 11:43 AM, Diego Novillo<> wrote:
> [ Moved to gcc@ ]
> On Wed, Jul 15, 2009 at 14:30, Olatunji Ruwase<> wrote:
>> ?Has any decision being made on how plugins will be distributed with
>> future releases. Is there going to be a plugins directory ?.
>> ?Thanks
> We may want to produce some plugins that are useful for GCC
> development and distribute them with the compiler, but in general I
> don't think we should get in the habit of incorporating 3rd party
> plugins in GCC. ?This would be detrimental to one of the useful
> properties of plugins (i.e., less code we need to maintain).
> I set up a landing page where projects can register their plugins
> ( ?My suggestion is to use that page
> as the central plugins directory, with the assumption that we (GCC)
> are not the maintainers of those packages. ?We simply provide a link
> to them.
> Diego.

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