On Sun, 1 Sep 2002, Sean Chittenden wrote:
> > > > totally wrong, and this won't break things. I'm just a bit startled that
> > > > this appears out of nowhere (I sure don't recall it being discussed) and
> > > > just happens, with 10 minutes warning.
> > >
> > > The 2.95.3 -> 3.1 prerelease upgrade was a big step.
> > >
> > > 3.1 prerelease -> 3.2 is a little step which fixes bugs, make
> > > kde working (gif support) again, fixes X11 and mozilla ports.
> > Actually, if 3.2 doesn't use thunks, it's likely to break Mozilla again.
> > This is really not that big of a deal. I'll just need to alter a patch,
> > and update the Mozilla people.
> My understanding from watching the patches move through mozilla is
> that the next release of mozilla _will_ work correctly with -CURRENT
> because it is aware of us not using thunks. The thunks patch for
> -CURRENT was verified in the mozilla src tree a week or two back. -sc
Correct. However, if the compiler changes in -CURRENT not to use thunks,
then I need to adjust the local patch, and update the Mozilla bug.
However, it sounds like this isn't the case.
> Sean Chittenden
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