RFC ftw() Test Patch

Sebastian Huber sebastian.huber at embedded-brains.de
Wed Mar 10 06:25:45 UTC 2021

On 09/03/2021 21:32, Gedare Bloom wrote:

> My opinion is that the rolling development head is allowed to break on
> tool updates, and that anyone doing a bisect needs to know that they
> might need to rebuild/change tool versions.
For a git bisect it is important that you can check out the RSB of the 
same date and build a tool chain if necessary. We had to learn for 
example that GCC snapshots are deleted from the FSF servers after some 
time. This is one of the reasons why we use now Git commit snapshots. 
For a git bisect it is not an issue if you can build older RTEMS 
versions with a newer tool chain (but not vice versa). I think this 
ftw.h change is of this category.

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