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Removing an accepted patch (git commit 44f91d3884e241e4402eb3e8b9b6dfa2acc9f80c)
- From: Michael Brutman <brutman at linux dot vnet dot ibm dot com>
- To: libc-alpha at sourceware dot org
- Date: Mon, 27 Sep 2010 10:33:45 -0500
- Subject: Removing an accepted patch (git commit 44f91d3884e241e4402eb3e8b9b6dfa2acc9f80c)
First, I will apologize in advance. It was not my intention to pour a
lot of work into something only to ask for it to be undone a week later.
The change to add a Power PPCA2 optimized memcpy function (git commit:
44f91d3884e241e4402eb3e8b9b6dfa2acc9f80c) is using the wrong sysdeps
directory names. The version of the compiler that I had used ppca2 for
the architecture which was later changed to be just 'a2'. It was an
internal screwup on our part. I would like to undo this patch and
submit a new patch that matches the latest version of gcc so that it
will traverse sysdeps correctly.
The patch added new directories in sysdeps. How do we go about