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Re: top-level configure.ac changes lost in sync
On Wed, Nov 14, 2012 at 4:13 PM, Roland McGrath <email@example.com> wrote:
> I've just noticed that this change (git mirror view):
> commit 7228bb7b806e7f0513557e3002a6dca104a768a1
> Author: H.J. Lu <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: Sun Aug 26 14:34:38 2012 +0000
> Sync toplevel files with GCC tree
> silently reverted my earlier change:
> 2012-05-02 Roland McGrath <email@example.com>
> * configure.ac (ENABLE_GOLD): Consider *-*-nacl* targets ELF.
> * configure: Regenerate.
It was an oversight. Sorry for that.
> Since my change was approved here and nobody told me otherwise, I did not
> expect that the change had to be made somewhere else to avoid being
> silently clobbered by a blind copying of files from elsewhere. If verbatim
> copying without regard to divergence is the policy, there should be some
> loud comments at the top of configure.ac and other such files, IMHO.
> The patch below restores the wrongly-reverted change. How do I get this
> in so it won't be clobbered again?
You should apply toplevel file changes to GCC and src trees at the same time.