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From: Roland McGrath <email@example.com>
Date: Fri, 18 May 2012 22:14:09 -0700 (PDT)
>> It looks like only Alpha and HPPA have foo.s files any longer.
> Then libc-ports is the place that needs to hear the request (CC'd).
>> I did a quick scan over them in the glibc-ports tree and I see no
>> reason why changing them all over to foo.S would break things.
> I can't imagine how it would. (Actually I can, if there are foo.s files
> using identifiers that $(compile-command.S) predefines. But it doesn't
> seem inordinately likely--who would be as foolish as i686?)
Carlos just took care of HPPA and therefore only Alpha is left.
Richard, could I trouble you do do the "foo.s --> foo.S" renames
for Alpha and do a test build? I'd really appreciate it.
Once that's taken care of I'll post and commit the mainline patch
to get rid of the .s prefix rules.