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Re: [PATCH] newlib patch for OpenRISC

This looks ok to me.

Corinna. The ChangeLog doesn't mention the new configure
script. Should it?

And could you commit it please?  I am more comfortable that
you will generate the correct configure file than I am. :(


On 7/16/2014 10:20 PM, Hesham Moustafa wrote:
> Hi,
> I have added an entry to ChangeLog at newlib directory. Please review
> the attached patch.
> Thanks,
> Hesham
> On Wed, Jul 16, 2014 at 9:41 AM, Corinna Vinschen <> wrote:
>> On Jul 15 18:40, Joel Sherrill wrote:
>>> On 7/15/2014 4:14 PM, Hesham Moustafa wrote:
>>>> On Mon, Jul 14, 2014 at 3:44 PM, Corinna Vinschen <> wrote:
>>>>> On Jul 12 00:07, Hesham ALMatary wrote:
>>>>>> From: hesham <hesham@hesham-laptop.(none)>
>>>>>> The following patch is part of my GSoC project--Porting RTEMS to OpenRISC. It
>>>>>> adds minimal OpenRISC port to newlib without any libgloss stuff.
>>>>> A ChangeLog entry would be nice.
>>> Once that's posted, is this OK to merge?
>> Sure.
>>> The OpenRISC folks have libgloss code they can submit. This lets
>>> the RTEMS port move forward.
>>>>>  The patch looks basically ok, but
>>>>> what happened with or16 and or32 target names?  Can you provide some
>>>>> background why it's ok to nuke them?
>>>> All or32 targets has been renamed to or1k now (I believe because of
>>>> the new 64 bit
>>>> addition). Also, the new binutils patch here [1] did this renaming. GCC, GDB
>>>> and RTEMS also follow or1k target name. or32, or16 are no longer used/defined by
>>>> any of them.
>>>> [1];a=commit;h=73589c9dbddc7906fa6a150f2a2a0ff6b746e8ba
>>> Yeah.. this was easy to sleep through but it happened. :)
>> Thanks.  Please go ahead and check it in, Joel.
>> Corinna
>> --
>> Corinna Vinschen
>> Cygwin Maintainer
>> Red Hat

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