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Re: [objc-improvements] Initial Check-In

From: Alexander Malmberg
Subject: Re: [objc-improvements] Initial Check-In
Date: Sat, 26 Jul 2003 03:32:22 +0200

Ziemowit Laski wrote:
> At this point, it would be very helpful if GNUStep developers could
> check out the objc-improvements-branch,
> build the compiler, and identify any problems that arise.

Done. Will start testing as soon as the function pointer ivar issue is

>  If you come
> up with any fixes that affect only the GNU
> mode (and leave the NeXT mode alone), please go ahead and check those
> in; I trust you. :-)  If a proposed fix
> affects the NeXT mode in any way, I kindly ask that you post a diff to
> gcc-patches so that I may have a quick
> look-see.

Would this be a suitable time to submit other objective-c related
patches (mostly improvements, not correctness-related)?

Looking at the current state of the branch, the changes seem to include
a couple of language changes. While there are change I'd like to make,
there are also changes I'd prefer to, well, unmake before they cause
much harm (or at least hear really good rationales for :). However,
neither gcc-patches nor discuss-gnustep seem like appropriate places to
discuss this. The issues aren't gcc specific, but a gcc objective-c
mailing list still seems to be a good choice. Perhaps one should be
created (again?). If not, what would be the most appropriate place to
discuss this?

- Alexander Malmberg

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