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Re: libsanitizer merge from upstream r208536


Konstantin Serebryany <konstantin.s.serebryany@gmail.com> writes:

>> I am still against the way Libsanitizer is being maintained.
>
> I do not enjoy it either. Suggestions are welcome, and see below!
>
>> I really think the maintainers of the source in gcc should submit the
>> patches upstream and not burden the target maintainers with it.
>
> This is impossible, sorry.
> We do not know how to fix a platform we do not have access to
> ourselves and we can not accept patches for upstream

Nobody expects you to: if things break for Solaris in Go/libgo by a
merge from upstream, I try to get things fixed in the gcc tree and the
changes are pushed back later (or rather: first integrated upstream and
than, often simulaneously, merged back into gcc).

> other than by following the standard process because this will violate
> the LLVM developer policy.

Which says what?  Your current policy seems to massively impede
contributions.

	Rainer

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