Wrong GCC PR2020 annotated for "[committed, libgomp,amdgcn] Fix plugin-gcn.c bug"

Andrew Stubbs ams@codesourcery.com
Thu Jan 23 19:02:00 GMT 2020

On 23/01/2020 16:46, Joseph Myers wrote:
> On Thu, 23 Jan 2020, Richard Earnshaw (lists) wrote:
>> Perhaps we should restrict that to a single line, ie only horizontal white
>> space.  Our commit style isn't really that free-form when citing bugs.  Or
>> perhaps require [:.]?\w after the number (ie an optional period or colon and
>> then some white space).
> I presume it's intended to handle a paragraph where the reference to bug
> 2020 happens to have a line break in the middle of it.
> This is code maintained by overseers
> (/sourceware/infra/bin/email-to-bugzilla, version-controlled in CVS,
> shared by all sourceware projects) which hasn't changed since 2014.  The
> only GCC-specific piece is a very thin wrapper
> (~gccadmin/hooks-bin/email-to-bugzilla-filtered) based on that used by
> binutils-gdb.

Indeed, PR2019 has a number of unrelated commits referenced, and pr2018 
has one too. The years before that appear to have escaped the problem.


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