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Re: Merging gdc (GNU D Compiler) into gcc
On 4 October 2011 09:41, Andrew Haley <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 10/04/2011 08:08 AM, Iain Buclaw wrote:
>> I've have received news from Walter Bright that the license of the D
>> frontend has been assigned to the FSF. As the current maintainer of
>> GDC, I would like to get this moved forward, starting with getting the
>> ball rolling. What would need to be done? And what are the processes
>> required? (ie: passing the project through to technical review.)
> In general we welcome contributions like this. ?The biggest problem in
> the past has always been continued maintainership: some front- ends
> have been abandoned because of a lack of TLC. ?As the current GDC
> maintainer, I'm sure you know that keeping up with gcc development
> requires constant attention. ?Do you have anyone who could be a
(Apparently the first message from my phone didn't get sent through earlier.)
I have spoken to Daniel, I can confirm he is willing to help
co-maintain GDC with me.
I have no intention of letting this project go abandoned, nor do I see
any end in sight of my continued maintaining and development of gdc. I
understand your concerns that GDC might not receive the care it
requires to keep up with the rest of GCC, and you can have my word
that I will do my utmost to ensure this will never be the case.
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