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Re: [PATCH, committed] Finalize ISA 3.0 instruction support.
>>> On 15.09.16 at 14:36, <email@example.com> wrote:
> On 9/15/16 2:18 AM, Jan Beulich wrote:
>>>>> On 15.09.16 at 05:26, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>> This patch modifies the ISA 3.0 instruction support to match the finalized
>>> ISA 3.0 documentation. Committed.
>> So the rushing in of things before 2.27 (or was it 2.26.1) didn't really
>> help then?
> I think your comment "rushing in of things" is a mischaracterization of
> what happened. I had a patch ready to go and simply asked if there was
> still time to commit it before the release. I was not asking for the
> release to be held so that I could commit it.
I didn't mean to imply that. What I recall is that you said you'd want it
to go in so that the release would have final support for ISA 3.0. And
iirc you made it explicit that this is the _final_ variant.
> I also do not think it was a waste of time committing it then.
> The patch I committed now was only a small cleanup, so the support
> in the last release is just fine.
Well - renamed, removed, and added mnemonics don't sound all that
"small cleanup"-ish to me.
But anyway - mind clarifying if the removed mnemonics are expected
to re-appear in a later version of the ISA?