Upstream Yocto Bringing in GCC 10
adrian.ambrozewicz at linux.intel.com
Mon May 25 22:35:32 AEST 2020
W dniu 5/22/2020 o 02:36, Andrew Geissler pisze:
>> On May 17, 2020, at 7:08 PM, Patrick Williams <patrick at stwcx.xyz> wrote:
>> On Sun, May 17, 2020 at 12:19:39PM -0500, Andrew Geissler wrote:
>>> Ready or not, this weeks upstream update brought in GCC 10 (along with the normal slew of new packages).
>> Alright! The great thing about GCC 10.x is that it brings in support
>> for most of C++20, including co-routines. Looking forward to playing
>> around with it.
Is it allowed in OpenBMC to base the functionality on experimental
> It took a few more patches but GCC 10 is now in openbmc master.
> Our unit test CI framework has also been updated to run with GCC 10.
> We also migrated from clang-8 to clang-10 in CI so you may want
> to take a look at a recommended clang format update in this commit:
> You may see some new CI fails with your existing code. It could be
> the clang format noted above or some code that is not exercised
> as a part of our normal machine builds. If you hit an issue, it’s
> probably been fixed somewhere in our code base already so
> browse over this commit list for your issue:
> There were a lot of include related issues where you just need
> to include the needed header files.
>> Patrick Williams
Great progress :)
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