[compiler-rt] r196802 - Revert three patches which were committed without explicit contribution

Chris Lattner clattner at apple.com
Wed Dec 11 10:51:57 PST 2013

On Dec 10, 2013, at 6:43 AM, H.J. Lu <hjl.tools at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> This may break builds where others added code relying on these patches,
>>> but please *do not* revert this commit. Instead, we will prepare patches
>>> which fix the failures.
>>> Reverts the following commits:
>>> r168306: "[asan] support x32 mode in the fast stack unwinder. Patch by H.J. Lu"
>>> r168356: "[asan] more support for powerpc, patch by Peter Bergner"
>>> r196489: "[sanitizer] fix the ppc32 build (patch by Jakub Jelinek)"
>> As one of the authors of these patches, what is the rational for reverting them?
> libsanitizer is used in both llvm and GCC.  What takes for GCC developers
> to contribute changes to libsanitizer?

As far as I'm concerned, there is no such distinction.  You either agree to the llvm policies and have commit access to LLVM - or not.  It doesn't matter what other projects you work with.

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