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On 09/08/2009 17:04, Dave Korn wrote:
The current one isn't perfect, no, but is probably marginally better than
anything built from the pre-merge upstream libffi repository. Even after the
merge there were still a bunch of bugs, but I've fixed them in GCC and am just
waiting for one of the guys with privs to sourceware to check them in for me.
I've backported the fixed libffi for the 4.3 series, so if I get another
release done from there it'll have a good libffi in it. So, whatever happens
next, we'll get a good libffi out of it.
So let me put it to you this way: I have two packages requiring libffi,
namely gnustep-base and pygobject2, the latter of which explicitly deps
libffi-3.0. Which libffi should I use right now, gcc-4.3.2 or standalone?
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