how does gcc source get updated ?

Alexandre Oliva
Tue Aug 21 21:45:00 GMT 2001

On Aug 21, 2001, "GNUTeam" <> wrote:

> Now, gcc 3.0 contains a new #define TARGET_USERMODE in sh.h which is not
> present in sh.h of gcc-2.95.3.
> I tried to trace this change through ChangeLog of gcc 3.0 and by searching
> through gcc-patches site and through gcc-cvs site for the months March 2001
> to Aug 2001 but in vain.
> what does this mean ? Is it possible to update the source without having an
> entry in either gcc-patches or gcc-cvs ?

It shouldn't.  But I recall the patch that introduced this particular
macro was a big one, so it's very likely that the patch was posted
in compressed form.

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