Re: Thinking about a "jessie and a half" release
> There's something I've been pondering for a while, along with some
> other folks - it might be useful to do a "jessie and a half" release,
> similarly to what we did in the etch days. That's *basically* just
> like a normal jessie release, but with a few key updates:
> * backports kernel
> * rebuilt d-i to match that kernel
> * X drivers
> * ... (other things that might be needed for consistency)
> all rolled up with a small installer image build (netinst, maybe DVD#1).
> A lot of arm64 machine users would benefit from this, and maybe owners
> of very recent amd64 machines too, with better support for things on
> the Skylake platform. Those are the only two architectures I'm
> thinking of supporting at this point.
> Is anybody else interested in helping? Thoughts/comments?
Sorry to bump an old thread....
Please consider moving to Clang 3.8 or 4.0 as the LLVM front end for
Clang 3.5 and 3.6 are no longer maintained. The bugs we are
discovering and reporting are being closed as "invalid" and "won't
fix" because Clang is outside its freshness date.
Also pick up this for glibc:
. Though it was first seen in Clang 3.3, its still a problem today.