PATCH: Step down from maintainerships
Sun Oct 17 19:59:00 GMT 2004
Elena Zannoni <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Jim Blandy writes:
> > There are a few outstanding patches that I had hoped to take care of
> > before stepping down, but then this last week some more came in, and I
> > realized I'd probably never get caught up.
> Jim, send a list of pointers (with URLs) to the patches and I'll take
> care of them.
Okay, great. Here are the ones that I know about:
- Demangling language needs to be stored in demangled name cache,
along with demangled name:
The patch proposed there would undo prior optimizations, which I
(That message is not part of the same thread, since it's in a
different month, so don't miss it.)
- Intel Fortran 90 emits debugging information for nested subroutines
that produces a malformed block tree:
The thread resumes here:
- GDB's stabs reader tweaks line number information, in a way that's
not appropriate for non-GCC stabs. Mark Kettenis posted a patch,
and I suggested a revision; I think that's where it stands.
- Corinna Vinschen proposed a new gdbarch method to let arch-specific
code interpret Dwarf 2 DW_AT_calling_convention attributes:
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