On Fri, 2006-12-29 at 13:09 -0700, Tom Tromey wrote:
>>>>> "Mark" == Mark Wielaard
Mark> - January 23 - Test1 Development Freeze
Mark> - 1.5 language & library support in gcj
Mark> This seems to be the biggest and most intrusive upgrade. But starting
Mark> this early seems like a very good idea. Upstream is cleaning up some
Mark> last issues. And it needs lots of testing. Would be good if something
Mark> can be cooked up for Test1. Needs help from gcc-toolchain people.
Yeah... do we know what base compiler is being used for FC7?
We'll probably have to back-port all the 1.5 stuff to that.
Kinda tough before the 23rd considering that we haven't merged it all
to GCC mainline yet :(
I have CCed Jakub. If there is a fedora branch in gcc svn then maybe
porting/patching can be done at the same time as it lands on mainline?
Mark> - Separate libgcj-rpm.
This is suspended pending the core/extras merge.
O, that is a pity. Any idea what/how long that will take?
Mark> - java-gcj-compat
Mark> (Do we also need updates for javap and javah replacements?)
We don't have javap at all, do we? But we do have jcf-dump, which has
not changed during all the 1.5 work.
You are right. Strange, since jcf-dump has a --javap mode I assumed it
would be the natural wrapper for java-gcj-compat to provide javap.
The new javah that is in Classpath will show up when we merge the
gcj-eclipse branch to trunk.
Will this replace gcjh?