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From: Jakub Jelinek <jakub <at> redhat.com>
Subject: 4.3.1 Status Report (2008-04-17)
Newsgroups: gmane.comp.gcc.devel
Date: Thursday 17th April 2008 08:40:16 UTC (over 9 years ago)
Status
======

The GCC 4.3 branch is open for commits under normal release branch
rules.

GCC 4.3.1 is due around 2008-05-05.  As soon as the P1 bugs are
fixed and we have -mcld workaround for the x86 direction flag
issue, we'll release 4.3.1-rc1.  One of the 4 P1s has approved
patch and one has been failing also in 4.1/4.2, so IMHO we could release
4.3.1 even without it being fixed.  But the remaining two,
PR35758 and PR35773, are new C++ 4.3/4.4 regressions and is something
that really should be fixed before 4.3.1.  So I'd like to draw Jason's
and Mark's attention to these.


Quality Data
============

Priority       #   Change from Last Report
--------     ---   -----------------------
P1             4   +  3
P2            96   +  3
P3             9   - 13
--------     ---   -----------------------
Total        109   -  7

There are no known regressions on the 4.3 branch against a previous
4.3.x release.

31 of the 109 serious regressions for 4.3 are not present on the 4.2
branch.  11 of the 109 serious regressions for 4.3 are fixed for 4.4.


Previous Report
===============

http://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc/2008-03/msg01081.html


The next report for the 4.3 branch will be sent by Mark.
 
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