svn commit: r270099 - in stable: 10/contrib/gcc/config/i386 9/contrib/gcc/config/i386
danfe at FreeBSD.org
Sun Aug 17 13:45:09 UTC 2014
On Sun, Aug 17, 2014 at 03:29:42PM +0200, Dimitry Andric wrote:
> In principle it is applicable, but the same file also has other changes
> in head which were not MFCd, so just MFCing this one commit does not
> make much sense. For example, the earlier cast fixes were part of a
> much larger commit by Pedro Giffuni, adding "experimental support for
> amdfam10/barcelona CPUs":
I'm running my stable/8 with Pedro's patches applied, including r251212,
no problems so far (although I don't have recent AMD CPUs to play with).
> Does it still make sense to backport such experimental changes to an old
> stable branch? Of course I could split off just the changes to
> emmintrin.h, and leave the others out, but then we would have a partial
> MFC. I'm not sure if that is the usual way of doing things...
Understood. My goal here is to try to keep stable/8 as alive as possible,
since I plan to keep using it beyond its official EOL. Hence, when I see
fixes that potentially help ports to be buildable on it I'd usually ask if
they can be MFCed (when it's easy enough to do).
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