On 04/09/2012 05:14 PM, Mike Frysinger wrote:
Actually Mike, there was at least one mainline GCC person there. Me.
Of course I was thrown into a discussion I knew nothing about, but the
goal of having a standardized path to discover ld.so which worked across
distros seems like goodness to me. Honestly, I don't see what all the
resistance is about.
tbh, i thought the ldso discussion was more "we've been talking about this for
a long time, so let's just go with XXX" and then people moved on to the next
topic (which was defining exactly what "hard float abi" meant wrt compiler
flags). further, it seemed like we had distro representation there, but not
mainline gcc people.