[Mono-dev] MONO MIPS64 Port Source Code is ready for Download

Miguel de Icaza miguel at novell.com
Sat Mar 19 17:26:25 EDT 2011

Hello Damien,

> I have split this code drop into a series of commits based on 1f8ad5a4:

I am not sure what the above number means, is that master or some branch?

We would likely want to merge things into master, I do not think we
will be maintaining the MIPS port against the existing released
versions of Mono.   Can we still cherry-pick these against master?


>    4dcad57 [Unimportant] Temporary, test result and misc. files
>    16916ad [Unimportant] tools/mkbundle: Add debugging statement
>    f8f3242 [Unimportant] Misc. file mode changes
>    b36554d [Unimportant] SVN keyword expansions
>    6c26150 [Unimportant] LF -> CRLF conversions
>    2389bd4 [Unimportant] CRLF -> LF conversions
>    b8c4ba5 [Unimportant] FirebirdSql.Data.Firebird: sources before update
>    22bed6c FirebirdSql.Data.Firebird: Test configuration files
>    356d98e FirebirdSql.Data.Firebird: Update to upstream release 1.7.1+
>    ddc06ca System.Windows.Forms: Add assertions to MaskedTextBoxTest
>    9c4e4a1 configure.in: Changes to support 64-bit ABI on MIPS
>    774d3af mini: Changes to support 64-bit ABI on MIPS
>    f7f2f56 arch/mips: Changes to support 64-bit ABI
>    308d732 io-layer: Changes to support 64-bit ABI on MIPS
>    69cc8c2 libgc: Changes to support 64-bit ABI on MIPS
> The [Unimportant] commits carry what looks like accidental differences
> between the base and the unpacked archive; most of them can be ignored.
> (They are included so that the tip matches the archive contents, with
> the exception of the .svn/ directories and .gitignore'd files.)
> I have pushed the series to GitHub; feel free to fetch (portions of)
> that branch into Mono's official repository if interested:
>    https://github.com/ztzg/mono/commits/n-ix-mips64
> Cheers, -D
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