[riot-devel] tests compiler policy
marian.buschsieweke at ovgu.de
Tue Sep 10 09:20:40 CEST 2019
I'd personally go the vanilla version, but not for philosophical reasons. My
reasons would be:
- More consistent to other toolchains (no TI specific stuff)
- Does not rely on TI for future updates (in case TI looses interest in
maintaining their on version)
So +1 for vanilla GCC.
On Tue, 10 Sep 2019 09:12:01 +0200
Gero Müller <gero.mueller at inria.fr> wrote:
> I am about to update the Dockerfile for testing to include a new version
> of msp430-gcc.
> We have the choice between a binary version (gcc 8) provded by TI:
> and the vanilla upstream gcc 9.2 release.
> I have no idea about the performance / feature differences, but I use
> the vanilla version and it works fine.
> Which one would better match the RIOT philosophy?
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