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Re: Port to x86-64
email@example.com (J.T. Conklin) writes:
> >>>>> "Jiri" == Jiri Smid <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Jiri> My name is Jiri Smid and I work for SuSE CR.
> Jiri> SuSE works on porting Linux to new 64-bit AMD processors.
> Jiri> I will work on port GDB.
> Is there anything that you need from us?
I think at this point not really, I'll guess that we'll contact you as
soon as we encounter specific problems.
Btw. We will setup a separate CVS archive and use that for everything
and then merge to the mainline back. Information about the x86-64
port is available at http://www.x86-64.org.
> It's better to keep the GDB maintainers informed as much as possible
> when it comes to a new port, as it will make integration of the port
> into the master sources considerably easier. I believe Andrew has a
> short list of requirements a new ports must adhere to before a port
> can be integrated that you might want to familiarize yourself with
> before getting too far along.
If there's such a list, then please point us to it. If there's any
other guidance you can give Jiri, that's warmly welcome.
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