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Re: [Patch] updated ltcf-*.sh, ltconfig,

On Wed, 14 Nov 2001, Andrew Cagney wrote:

> Is there a reason for pulling in GCC's hacks rather than going to the 
> official version per src/MAINTAINERS:
> ltconfig;
>          libtool:
>          Changes need to be done in tandem with the official LIBTOOL
>          sources or submitted to the master file maintainer and brought
>          in via a merge.

It was my impression from Alexandre that he had already imported these 
changes from the official sources into gcc's tree.  For some reason, they 
weren't imported into the binutils/gdb tree at that time.

> If we pull in a GCC hack such as:
> >  2001-07-21  Michael Chastain  <>
> > * ltconfig: Set max_cmd_len to a maximum of 512Kb, as it seems some
> >         HPUX 11.0 systems have trouble with 1MB.  Mark as gcc-local.
> >         * Mark as gcc-local.
> then (no offence to MichaelC) we're taking on the responsibility of 
> carrying that patch forward everytime a further import occures.

I understand this is in the official sources now, so it's not actually a 
gcc-local hack.  Perhaps the entry should be changed.

I do need this to be able to configure on our HPUX 11.0 systems.

Jeff Holcomb
GDB Engineering
Red Hat, Inc.

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