[PATCH] ISL, MPC, MPFR: fix configuration issues on ARM64/Darwin host

Karel Gardas karel at functional.vision
Tue May 17 11:39:34 UTC 2022

On 5/17/22 13:30, Chris Johns wrote:
> On 17/5/22 7:48 pm, Karel Gardas wrote:
>> On 5/17/22 11:42, Chris Johns wrote:
>>> On 17/5/22 4:14 am, Joel Sherrill wrote:
>>>> On Mon, May 16, 2022, 12:33 PM Karel Gardas <karel at functional.vision> wrote:
>>>>> On 5/13/22 15:57, Joel Sherrill wrote:
>>>>>> We do not put patches in RTEMS repos. File an rtems ticket, attach them,
>>>>>> and reference them from there.
>>>>>> If they are needed upstream, please submit them to the appropriate
>>>>> projects.
>>>>> Joel,
>>>>> based on the discussion I've created https://devel.rtems.org/ticket/4657
>>>>> -- hopefully this will be enough to accept interim solution and fix M1
>>>>> compilation issues.
>>>>> I'll follow the possible replies, links on their archives and link them
>>>>> as go into the ticket for your reference.
>>>> Perfect! Just use the raw attachment url for them.
>>> Thanks for sorting this out.
>> Sure! You are welcome! But I guess now, ball is on your side.
> Sorry, I am not understanding what I need to do?
>> How will you proceed?
> ?

Oh, I see there is a big misunderstanding here. When I submitted the 
patch with patches, Joel reacted and explained what to do. Perhaps I've 
interpreted the info badly, but my general impression was: do all this 
and then we will allow it for limited time -- we just need to have that 
tracked well.
Recap: it really looks like it is needed only for RTEMS 6 and only for 
M1/Apple/Darwin and patches should not break anything at all, completely 
harmless for all other users...


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