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Re: [creduce-dev] release time

Can I get someone to add the nonsense to the INSTALL file about under which circumstances Clang must be used to build C-Reduce instead of GCC, and how to do that for autoconf and cmake?



On 09/07/2016 01:36 PM, Eric Eide wrote:
John Regehr <regehr@cs.utah.edu> writes:

Since LLVM 3.9 is out and C-Reduce development seems quiet at the moment, we
should do a new release in the near future.  Is there anything specific that
needs to be done first?

I'm not aware of anything that "must" be done before a release.  AFAIK, all
currently pending merge requests can be deferred until after a release.

(And perhaps some of them are more easily handled after a release in any case.
Like, I'm assumeing that some of the pending merge requests have failing
Travis-CI build because the llvm-svn-compatible branch has a broken Travis-CI
build, which I haven't fixed, and which would be easiest to fix simply by doing
the release.)

Of course, there are things do to as part of making a release, which I expect
to be responsible for doing.