Re: gcc 3 testing: coordinator wanted
On Tue, Apr 25, 2000 at 08:01:41 -0700, Mark Mitchell wrote:
> That is a large part of the process.
BTW, is there a problem with making the result available in .deb format in
the "project/experimental" section of Debian archives?
> And, fixes for Debian-specific problems will probably have to originate
> from someone with a strong interest in Debian
Frankly, I doubt there'll be many such problems. Looking at the state of the
current Debianized source tree for gcc 2.95.2, the diff from standard 2.95.2
is less than 300K (gzipped), most of which is concerned with one of two
- packaging gcc for Debian
- patches for specific ports, or encountered when building particular
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