Description of problem:
This patch adds support super-H(sh3,sh4) architecture.
This is forward ported patch for version nspr-184.108.40.206.1-2
getting from http://www.sh-linux.org/ .
The original patch is for against nspr-4.6.1, but it can
also apply to nspr-220.127.116.11.1-2 and compile.
Could you contact upstream and merge it ?
Created attachment 298146 [details]
Hello Masaki, thanks a lot for the patch.
All I can do is simply copy and paste your report and patch to a new bug at
bugzilla.mozilla.org component nspr.
I wonder if you prefer to do that yourself, so that you can track the upstream
I can do it but I have other packages for super-H architcture
which need new patches. I don't want to create new account for every
upstream bugzilla if I cound. Furthermore, I'm not an author of this patch.
All I can do is to comment it from my limited C-language knowledge.
So I'm very glad even if you simply copy and paste it to upstream's bugzilla.
Mozilla bug filed, see the reference section.
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