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Re: more cancellation work

>>>>> On Tue, 15 Jul 2003 14:27:36 -0700, Ulrich Drepper <> said:

  Uli> -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1

  Uli> David Mosberger wrote:

  >> - gdb never had any problems with libunwind itself (it was
  >> initially released under GPL, now it's even under the MIT license
  >> so that the *BSD folks can use it for their kernel)

  Uli> That's not enough.  The code has to be assigned to the FSF.

libunwind is not part of gdb, so I don't see why it would need an

  Uli> But all this is pointless.  If anything should change it's
  Uli> ia64.  There was no reason to invent something new but still it
  Uli> was done.  For no good reason.

That sounds like a lot of sour grapes.  I don't know the history
behind the ABI work, but changing it now sure seems like a bit
late... ;-)

In any case, are you worried at all about dynamically generated code?
If so, how are you planning to handle that?


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