Re: 5.10.85 breaks CIP testing Re: [PATCH 5.10 00/33] 5.10.86-rc1 review
Thank you.Hi Pavel, sorry for missing this email before now.I believe we should not change build requirements in the middle of
We should do what our users are likely to do... they want stableWell this leads us to an interesting point.Easiest fix might be to addBut that commit is needed to get gcc11 plugins to work with the 5.10.y
kernel, and will not update toolchain in middle of product
maintainance. [Updating toolchain when starting new product with given
-cip kernel is more likely].
I believe that means we should stick to specific version, but I'm not
sure what version it is. We support Debian distro, likely gcc version
from that distro would be a good option? Perhaps we should ask on TSC
5.10 kernel was released in Dec 2020. At that time, gcc 8 and 9 were
maintained, and gcc 10 was new (https://gcc.gnu.org/releases.html).
To get some results for -stable testing, easiest options might be to
disable gcc plugin support in Kconfig.
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