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Re: gcc source management requirements

From: Daniel Berlin <dberlin_at_dberlin.org>
Date: 2002-12-10 14:45:22 CET

On Monday, December 9, 2002, at 09:47 PM, sam th wrote:

> On Mon, 2002-12-09 at 19:58, Ryan Bloom wrote:
>> On Monday 09 December 2002 05:44 pm, sam th wrote:
>>> [2] It should be noted that SVN fails requirement 0. Hopefully the
>>> APR
>>> people consider this an issue as well.
>> APR is being used in Apache 2.0 currently, and currently works on:
>> Every
>> known version of Unix, Windows(all versions), Mac OS X, OS/2, BeOS,
>> OS/390,
>> and AS/400. What platforms are we missing?
> For example, APR doesn't, to my knowledge, work on QNX. That's just
> off
> the top of my head, since AbiWord does work on QNX, and we'd need a
> port
> to move to SVN.

> For other examples, the GCC web page [1] lists such operating systems
> as
> Unicos/Mk, or LynxOS,

LynxOS is about to be removed (as in, in the next few days), unless i'm
misremembering (it's finals time for me, so it's possible).
I'm not sure Unicos still works.

> which I don't think APR has been ported to. Or
> Unos (which I couldn't even find in google). Or, to be really evil,
> people mention VMS occasionally on gcc lists.
> The port at least used to
> work (I think).
> Of course, the GCC project could decide that all of these platforms
> could use gcc, but without native development on them with revision
> control.
Errr, you honestly think that people work on gcc on <insert weird
platform> in a native environment?
The important list is the list of primary and secondary supported
platforms, which tell you which platforms gcc releases are required and
expected to work on (respectively, where expected means "tested but
non-showstopper bugs won't hold up the release") before it is released.
AFAIK, APR is already compilable on these.

> I don't know how they would feel about that.

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