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Re: [PATCH]: New peepholes for 68HC11 and 68HC12
On Wed, 3 Mar 2004, Stephane Carrez wrote:
>> http://gcc.gnu.org/ clearly states "[3.4] open for bug fixes for
>> regressions only".
> These improvements are specific to the m6811 port and do not
> influence the rest of the compiler. As such, I though it was
> possible and accepted to have such improvements in (up to the
> point where Mark says we need his approval, ie next monday).
Technically, I think this is against the rules -- but, heck, if nobody
complains, you probably don't need to worry. ;-)
(The reason I raised this issue is that this might mislead other port
> Another reason why I do this late, is that it is difficult (for
> my small brain and for the m6811 backend) to maintain the port
> when the compiler core is changing (change in behavior, new bugs,
> compile pb, ...). This is why I try to concentrate my efforts
> only when the core is stable enough. Usually, this happens late,
> during the last end of stage 3...
Yes, this is a problem. Though, a problem that should became less
critical the more we introduce and rely on stable, well-defined
Gerald Pfeifer (Jerry) firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.pfeifer.com/gerald/