[top-level patch] Do proper target tool checks for readelf

Ian Lance Taylor iant@google.com
Thu Nov 3 13:00:00 GMT 2011

Roland McGrath <mcgrathr@google.com> writes:

> MAINTAINERS doesn't make it entirely clear what the procedure really is for
> touching these files.  Looking at src/ChangeLog I see both what appear to
> be instances where changes were first committed to GCC and then merged over
> to src/, and instances where changes were committed directly to src/.  I'm
> able to commit (after approval) to src/ CVS, but not to GCC.

The top level is not automatically merged between gcc and src.  However,
people are expected to merge manually.  Normally gcc is considered to be
the master.

> Ok for src/ trunk, or should somebody be putting this into GCC first?

So, yes, should probably go into gcc first.


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