Matthias Klose <email@example.com> writes: > Same thing about GCC; before making 4.3 the default on some > architectures I asked single members of the release team if regression > fixes and bug fixes were allowed after the freeze, which was not > denied at this time. I don't plan to upload a new GCC version from > the trunk but follow the branches until the next subminor releases > , . On the branches only regression fixes are allowed. Plus > there will even be a new feature introduced (ObjC for armel). I do > see these updates as part of getting more quality into the > distribution. > > Matthias > >  http://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc/2008-04/msg00449.html >  http://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc/2008-04/msg00243.html I second Matthias' opinion. For gnat-4.3, I would like to continue backporting bug fixes (not new features) from the trunk so they are available in Lenny. Also, I would like gcc-defaults 1.70 to migrate to testing so that gnat-4.3 is the default on all architectures. -- Ludovic Brenta.
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