Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 505379
scipy.weave.converters.blitz fix backport to work with gcc-4.3/4.4 compiler
Last modified: 2010-06-28 08:53:52 EDT
would it be possible to backport the fix to the weave component described here, http://projects.scipy.org/scipy/ticket/739 , to make it work with gcc-4.3 and 4.4?
Fedora 9 to rawhide are concerned.
The debian's fix for that has been commited upstream:
It should be possible.
If I made binaries available in koji for rawhide would you be able to test them to make sure the patch works before I push the fix as updates to F9-F11?
yes of course.
okay rawhide build is up in koji:
Please let me know if it works to fix the problem for you.
I can spin up a koji build for F11 as well if you need
It works for me, thanks!
Would it be possible to push an update for F11 as well?
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