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Re: [gfortran,patch] Fix intrinsics used as actual arguments
If it is a trivial backport (15 minutes and regression test),
then I would think that it is worth. If it requires any effort
then I think the port is not worth it.
It turned out to be more than that, as I originally had to make a
succession of commits that are not backporting trivially (and also,
the big diff to intrinsic.c is hard to backport automatically). So, I
didn't backport it.
With branching so imminent it seems utterly pointless to fret about it.
I stopped backporting a couple of weeks ago. After all, if 4.1 is
identical to 4.2, what is the point of releases?