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SubjectRe: Linux-2.6.13-rc7
On Wed, 24 Aug 2005, Al Viro wrote:
> It does, no (build) regressions. BTW, tree is not far from allmodconfig
> buildable on a bunch of targets now - yesterday pile of fixes was about
> half of the set needed for that. Most of the remaining stuff is for
> m68k (and applies both to Linus' tree and m68k CVS); I'll send that today
> and if Geert ACKs them, we will be _very_ close to having 2.6.13 build

They look OK to me (sorry, I'm not in a position to really test them).
For thread_info related stuff, please coordinate with Roman.

> out of the box on the following set:
> alpha, amd64, arm (RPC and versatile being tracked), i386, ia64, m32r,
> m68k (!SUN3), ppc (6xx, 44x, chestnut being tracked), ppc64, sparc,
> sparc64, s390, s390x, uml-i386, uml-amd64.

Very nice! That must be a historical record ;-)

> v850, m68knommu: gcc gives ICE on attempt to build cross-toolchain

Can't you use the plain m68k toolchain? I always used a m68k-linux-gcc 3.3.3
for my uClinux experiments.

> sun3 is seriously broken and I doubt that we'll see any takers for testing
> 2.6 on those anyway ;-)

However, a few months ago it was still known to work in m68k CVS (ask Sammy).
And I didn't see any real compile regressions since then.



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In personal conversations with technical people, I call myself a hacker. But
when I'm talking to journalists I just say "programmer" or something like that.
-- Linus Torvalds
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