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[PATCHv3] Update INSTALL with package versions that are known to work

Message ID 20210122014321.1355869-1-tuliom@linux.ibm.com
State Committed
Delegated to: Adhemerval Zanella Netto
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Series [PATCHv3] Update INSTALL with package versions that are known to work | expand

Commit Message

Tulio Magno Quites Machado Filho Jan. 22, 2021, 1:43 a.m. UTC
Changes since v2:
 - Updated binutils, bison, gettext, perl, Python, PExpect and GDB.

Changes since v1:

 - Incorporated a change that was in patch 1/2 by mistake

---8<---

Most packages have been tested with their latest releases, except for
Python, whose latest version is 3.9.1.
---
 INSTALL             | 26 +++++++++++++-------------
 manual/install.texi | 24 ++++++++++++------------
 2 files changed, 25 insertions(+), 25 deletions(-)

Comments

Adhemerval Zanella Jan. 22, 2021, 6:15 p.m. UTC | #1
On 21/01/2021 22:43, Tulio Magno Quites Machado Filho wrote:
> Changes since v2:
>  - Updated binutils, bison, gettext, perl, Python, PExpect and GDB.
> 
> Changes since v1:
> 
>  - Incorporated a change that was in patch 1/2 by mistake
> 
> ---8<---
> 
> Most packages have been tested with their latest releases, except for
> Python, whose latest version is 3.9.1.

LGTM, thanks.

Reviewed-by: Adhemerval Zanella  <adhemerval.zanella@linaro.org>

> ---
>  INSTALL             | 26 +++++++++++++-------------
>  manual/install.texi | 24 ++++++++++++------------
>  2 files changed, 25 insertions(+), 25 deletions(-)
> 
> diff --git a/INSTALL b/INSTALL
> index f2e35da589..ed8156f93c 100644
> --- a/INSTALL
> +++ b/INSTALL
> @@ -460,15 +460,15 @@ build the GNU C Library:
>  
>     * GNU 'make' 4.0 or newer
>  
> -     As of relase time, GNU 'make' 4.2.1 is the newest verified to work
> -     to build the GNU C Library.
> +     As of relase time, GNU 'make' 4.3 is the newest verified to work to
> +     build the GNU C Library.
>  

Ok.

>     * GCC 6.2 or newer
>  
>       GCC 6.2 or higher is required.  In general it is recommended to use
>       the newest version of the compiler that is known to work for
>       building the GNU C Library, as newer compilers usually produce
> -     better code.  As of release time, GCC 9.2.1 is the newest compiler
> +     better code.  As of release time, GCC 10.2 is the newest compiler
>       verified to work to build the GNU C Library.
>  

Ok.

>       For PowerPC 64-bits little-endian (powerpc64le), a GCC version with
> @@ -503,7 +503,7 @@ build the GNU C Library:
>  
>       You must use GNU 'binutils' (as and ld) to build the GNU C Library.
>       No other assembler or linker has the necessary functionality at the
> -     moment.  As of release time, GNU 'binutils' 2.32 is the newest
> +     moment.  As of release time, GNU 'binutils' 2.35.1 is the newest
>       verified to work to build the GNU C Library.
>  

Ok.

>       For PowerPC 64-bits little-endian (powerpc64le), 'as' is required
> @@ -519,7 +519,7 @@ build the GNU C Library:
>       need this version of the 'texinfo' package.  Earlier versions do
>       not understand all the tags used in the document, and the
>       installation mechanism for the info files is not present or works
> -     differently.  As of release time, 'texinfo' 6.6 is the newest
> +     differently.  As of release time, 'texinfo' 6.7 is the newest
>       verified to work to build the GNU C Library.
>  
>     * GNU 'awk' 3.1.2, or higher

Ok.

> @@ -527,32 +527,32 @@ build the GNU C Library:
>       'awk' is used in several places to generate files.  Some 'gawk'
>       extensions are used, including the 'asorti' function, which was
>       introduced in version 3.1.2 of 'gawk'.  As of release time, 'gawk'
> -     version 5.0.1 is the newest verified to work to build the GNU C
> +     version 5.1 is the newest verified to work to build the GNU C
>       Library.
>  

Ok.

>     * GNU 'bison' 2.7 or later
>  
>       'bison' is used to generate the 'yacc' parser code in the 'intl'
> -     subdirectory.  As of release time, 'bison' version 3.4.1 is the
> +     subdirectory.  As of release time, 'bison' version 3.7.4 is the
>       newest verified to work to build the GNU C Library.
>  

Ok.

>     * Perl 5
>  
>       Perl is not required, but if present it is used in some tests and
>       the 'mtrace' program, to build the GNU C Library manual.  As of
> -     release time 'perl' version 5.30.1 is the newest verified to work
> +     release time 'perl' version 5.32.0 is the newest verified to work
>       to build the GNU C Library.
>  

Ok.

>     * GNU 'sed' 3.02 or newer
>  
>       'Sed' is used in several places to generate files.  Most scripts
>       work with any version of 'sed'.  As of release time, 'sed' version
> -     4.5 is the newest verified to work to build the GNU C Library.
> +     4.8 is the newest verified to work to build the GNU C Library.
>  
>     * Python 3.4 or later
>  
>       Python is required to build the GNU C Library.  As of release time,
> -     Python 3.7.4 is the newest verified to work for building and
> +     Python 3.8.6 is the newest verified to work for building and
>       testing the GNU C Library.
>  
>     * PExpect 4.0

Ok.

> @@ -560,7 +560,7 @@ build the GNU C Library:
>       The pretty printer tests drive GDB through test programs and
>       compare its output to the printers'.  PExpect is used to capture
>       the output of GDB, and should be compatible with the Python version
> -     in your system.  As of release time PExpect 4.3 is the newest
> +     in your system.  As of release time PExpect 4.8 is the newest
>       verified to work to test the pretty printers.
>  
>     * GDB 7.8 or later with support for Python 2.7/3.4 or later
> @@ -569,7 +569,7 @@ build the GNU C Library:
>       use the pretty printers.  Notice that your system having Python
>       available doesn't imply that GDB supports it, nor that your
>       system's Python and GDB's have the same version.  As of release
> -     time GNU 'debugger' 8.3 is the newest verified to work to test the
> +     time GNU 'debugger' 10.1 is the newest verified to work to test the
>       pretty printers.
>  
>       Unless Python, PExpect and GDB with Python support are present, the

Ok.

> @@ -585,7 +585,7 @@ and if you change any of the message translation files you will need
>  
>     * GNU 'gettext' 0.10.36 or later
>  
> -     As of release time, GNU 'gettext' version 0.19.8.1 is the newest
> +     As of release time, GNU 'gettext' version 0.21 is the newest
>       version verified to work to build the GNU C Library.
>  
>  You may also need these packages if you upgrade your source tree using

Ok.

> diff --git a/manual/install.texi b/manual/install.texi
> index 77e219e3d0..8a865861f1 100644
> --- a/manual/install.texi
> +++ b/manual/install.texi
> @@ -497,7 +497,7 @@ build @theglibc{}:
>  @item
>  GNU @code{make} 4.0 or newer
>  
> -As of relase time, GNU @code{make} 4.2.1 is the newest verified to work
> +As of relase time, GNU @code{make} 4.3 is the newest verified to work
>  to build @theglibc{}.
>  
>  @item

Ok.

> @@ -506,7 +506,7 @@ GCC 6.2 or newer
>  GCC 6.2 or higher is required.  In general it is recommended to use
>  the newest version of the compiler that is known to work for building
>  @theglibc{}, as newer compilers usually produce better code.  As of
> -release time, GCC 9.2.1 is the newest compiler verified to work to build
> +release time, GCC 10.2 is the newest compiler verified to work to build
>  @theglibc{}.
>  

Ok.

>  For PowerPC 64-bits little-endian (powerpc64le), a GCC version with support
> @@ -542,7 +542,7 @@ GNU @code{binutils} 2.25 or later
>  
>  You must use GNU @code{binutils} (as and ld) to build @theglibc{}.
>  No other assembler or linker has the necessary functionality at the
> -moment. As of release time, GNU @code{binutils} 2.32 is the newest
> +moment. As of release time, GNU @code{binutils} 2.35.1 is the newest
>  verified to work to build @theglibc{}.
>  
>  For PowerPC 64-bits little-endian (powerpc64le), @command{as} is required to

Ok.

> @@ -558,7 +558,7 @@ To correctly translate and install the Texinfo documentation you need
>  this version of the @code{texinfo} package.  Earlier versions do not
>  understand all the tags used in the document, and the installation
>  mechanism for the info files is not present or works differently.
> -As of release time, @code{texinfo} 6.6 is the newest verified to work
> +As of release time, @code{texinfo} 6.7 is the newest verified to work
>  to build @theglibc{}.
>  
>  @item
> @@ -567,14 +567,14 @@ GNU @code{awk} 3.1.2, or higher
>  @code{awk} is used in several places to generate files.
>  Some @code{gawk} extensions are used, including the @code{asorti}
>  function, which was introduced in version 3.1.2 of @code{gawk}.
> -As of release time, @code{gawk} version 5.0.1 is the newest verified
> +As of release time, @code{gawk} version 5.1 is the newest verified
>  to work to build @theglibc{}.
>  
>  @item
>  GNU @code{bison} 2.7 or later
>  
>  @code{bison} is used to generate the @code{yacc} parser code in the @file{intl}
> -subdirectory.  As of release time, @code{bison} version 3.4.1 is the newest
> +subdirectory.  As of release time, @code{bison} version 3.7.4 is the newest
>  verified to work to build @theglibc{}.
>  
>  @item

Ok.

> @@ -582,7 +582,7 @@ Perl 5
>  
>  Perl is not required, but if present it is used in some tests and the
>  @code{mtrace} program, to build the @glibcadj{} manual.  As of release
> -time @code{perl} version 5.30.1 is the newest verified to work to
> +time @code{perl} version 5.32.0 is the newest verified to work to
>  build @theglibc{}.
>  
>  @item
> @@ -590,13 +590,13 @@ GNU @code{sed} 3.02 or newer
>  
>  @code{Sed} is used in several places to generate files.  Most scripts work
>  with any version of @code{sed}.  As of release time, @code{sed} version
> -4.5 is the newest verified to work to build @theglibc{}.
> +4.8 is the newest verified to work to build @theglibc{}.
>  
>  @item
>  Python 3.4 or later
>  
>  Python is required to build @theglibc{}.  As of release time, Python
> -3.7.4 is the newest verified to work for building and testing
> +3.8.6 is the newest verified to work for building and testing
>  @theglibc{}.
>  
>  @item PExpect 4.0

Ok.

> @@ -604,7 +604,7 @@ Python is required to build @theglibc{}.  As of release time, Python
>  The pretty printer tests drive GDB through test programs and compare
>  its output to the printers'.  PExpect is used to capture the output of
>  GDB, and should be compatible with the Python version in your system.
> -As of release time PExpect 4.3 is the newest verified to work to test
> +As of release time PExpect 4.8 is the newest verified to work to test
>  the pretty printers.
>  
>  @item
> @@ -614,7 +614,7 @@ GDB itself needs to be configured with Python support in order to use
>  the pretty printers.  Notice that your system having Python available
>  doesn't imply that GDB supports it, nor that your system's Python and
>  GDB's have the same version.  As of release time GNU @code{debugger}
> -8.3 is the newest verified to work to test the pretty printers.
> +10.1 is the newest verified to work to test the pretty printers.
>  
>  Unless Python, PExpect and GDB with Python support are present, the
>  printer tests will report themselves as @code{UNSUPPORTED}.  Notice
> @@ -637,7 +637,7 @@ and if you change any of the message translation files you will need
>  @item
>  GNU @code{gettext} 0.10.36 or later
>  
> -As of release time, GNU @code{gettext} version 0.19.8.1 is the newest
> +As of release time, GNU @code{gettext} version 0.21 is the newest
>  version verified to work to build @theglibc{}.
>  @end itemize
>  
> 

Ok.
Tulio Magno Quites Machado Filho Jan. 25, 2021, 4:15 p.m. UTC | #2
Adhemerval Zanella via Libc-alpha <libc-alpha@sourceware.org> writes:

> On 21/01/2021 22:43, Tulio Magno Quites Machado Filho wrote:
>> Most packages have been tested with their latest releases, except for
>> Python, whose latest version is 3.9.1.
>
> LGTM, thanks.
>
> Reviewed-by: Adhemerval Zanella  <adhemerval.zanella@linaro.org>

Pushed as ad47748992fadb6f1663f5a76eef3c24992a1815.

Thanks!
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diff --git a/INSTALL b/INSTALL
index f2e35da589..ed8156f93c 100644
--- a/INSTALL
+++ b/INSTALL
@@ -460,15 +460,15 @@  build the GNU C Library:
 
    * GNU 'make' 4.0 or newer
 
-     As of relase time, GNU 'make' 4.2.1 is the newest verified to work
-     to build the GNU C Library.
+     As of relase time, GNU 'make' 4.3 is the newest verified to work to
+     build the GNU C Library.
 
    * GCC 6.2 or newer
 
      GCC 6.2 or higher is required.  In general it is recommended to use
      the newest version of the compiler that is known to work for
      building the GNU C Library, as newer compilers usually produce
-     better code.  As of release time, GCC 9.2.1 is the newest compiler
+     better code.  As of release time, GCC 10.2 is the newest compiler
      verified to work to build the GNU C Library.
 
      For PowerPC 64-bits little-endian (powerpc64le), a GCC version with
@@ -503,7 +503,7 @@  build the GNU C Library:
 
      You must use GNU 'binutils' (as and ld) to build the GNU C Library.
      No other assembler or linker has the necessary functionality at the
-     moment.  As of release time, GNU 'binutils' 2.32 is the newest
+     moment.  As of release time, GNU 'binutils' 2.35.1 is the newest
      verified to work to build the GNU C Library.
 
      For PowerPC 64-bits little-endian (powerpc64le), 'as' is required
@@ -519,7 +519,7 @@  build the GNU C Library:
      need this version of the 'texinfo' package.  Earlier versions do
      not understand all the tags used in the document, and the
      installation mechanism for the info files is not present or works
-     differently.  As of release time, 'texinfo' 6.6 is the newest
+     differently.  As of release time, 'texinfo' 6.7 is the newest
      verified to work to build the GNU C Library.
 
    * GNU 'awk' 3.1.2, or higher
@@ -527,32 +527,32 @@  build the GNU C Library:
      'awk' is used in several places to generate files.  Some 'gawk'
      extensions are used, including the 'asorti' function, which was
      introduced in version 3.1.2 of 'gawk'.  As of release time, 'gawk'
-     version 5.0.1 is the newest verified to work to build the GNU C
+     version 5.1 is the newest verified to work to build the GNU C
      Library.
 
    * GNU 'bison' 2.7 or later
 
      'bison' is used to generate the 'yacc' parser code in the 'intl'
-     subdirectory.  As of release time, 'bison' version 3.4.1 is the
+     subdirectory.  As of release time, 'bison' version 3.7.4 is the
      newest verified to work to build the GNU C Library.
 
    * Perl 5
 
      Perl is not required, but if present it is used in some tests and
      the 'mtrace' program, to build the GNU C Library manual.  As of
-     release time 'perl' version 5.30.1 is the newest verified to work
+     release time 'perl' version 5.32.0 is the newest verified to work
      to build the GNU C Library.
 
    * GNU 'sed' 3.02 or newer
 
      'Sed' is used in several places to generate files.  Most scripts
      work with any version of 'sed'.  As of release time, 'sed' version
-     4.5 is the newest verified to work to build the GNU C Library.
+     4.8 is the newest verified to work to build the GNU C Library.
 
    * Python 3.4 or later
 
      Python is required to build the GNU C Library.  As of release time,
-     Python 3.7.4 is the newest verified to work for building and
+     Python 3.8.6 is the newest verified to work for building and
      testing the GNU C Library.
 
    * PExpect 4.0
@@ -560,7 +560,7 @@  build the GNU C Library:
      The pretty printer tests drive GDB through test programs and
      compare its output to the printers'.  PExpect is used to capture
      the output of GDB, and should be compatible with the Python version
-     in your system.  As of release time PExpect 4.3 is the newest
+     in your system.  As of release time PExpect 4.8 is the newest
      verified to work to test the pretty printers.
 
    * GDB 7.8 or later with support for Python 2.7/3.4 or later
@@ -569,7 +569,7 @@  build the GNU C Library:
      use the pretty printers.  Notice that your system having Python
      available doesn't imply that GDB supports it, nor that your
      system's Python and GDB's have the same version.  As of release
-     time GNU 'debugger' 8.3 is the newest verified to work to test the
+     time GNU 'debugger' 10.1 is the newest verified to work to test the
      pretty printers.
 
      Unless Python, PExpect and GDB with Python support are present, the
@@ -585,7 +585,7 @@  and if you change any of the message translation files you will need
 
    * GNU 'gettext' 0.10.36 or later
 
-     As of release time, GNU 'gettext' version 0.19.8.1 is the newest
+     As of release time, GNU 'gettext' version 0.21 is the newest
      version verified to work to build the GNU C Library.
 
 You may also need these packages if you upgrade your source tree using
diff --git a/manual/install.texi b/manual/install.texi
index 77e219e3d0..8a865861f1 100644
--- a/manual/install.texi
+++ b/manual/install.texi
@@ -497,7 +497,7 @@  build @theglibc{}:
 @item
 GNU @code{make} 4.0 or newer
 
-As of relase time, GNU @code{make} 4.2.1 is the newest verified to work
+As of relase time, GNU @code{make} 4.3 is the newest verified to work
 to build @theglibc{}.
 
 @item
@@ -506,7 +506,7 @@  GCC 6.2 or newer
 GCC 6.2 or higher is required.  In general it is recommended to use
 the newest version of the compiler that is known to work for building
 @theglibc{}, as newer compilers usually produce better code.  As of
-release time, GCC 9.2.1 is the newest compiler verified to work to build
+release time, GCC 10.2 is the newest compiler verified to work to build
 @theglibc{}.
 
 For PowerPC 64-bits little-endian (powerpc64le), a GCC version with support
@@ -542,7 +542,7 @@  GNU @code{binutils} 2.25 or later
 
 You must use GNU @code{binutils} (as and ld) to build @theglibc{}.
 No other assembler or linker has the necessary functionality at the
-moment. As of release time, GNU @code{binutils} 2.32 is the newest
+moment. As of release time, GNU @code{binutils} 2.35.1 is the newest
 verified to work to build @theglibc{}.
 
 For PowerPC 64-bits little-endian (powerpc64le), @command{as} is required to
@@ -558,7 +558,7 @@  To correctly translate and install the Texinfo documentation you need
 this version of the @code{texinfo} package.  Earlier versions do not
 understand all the tags used in the document, and the installation
 mechanism for the info files is not present or works differently.
-As of release time, @code{texinfo} 6.6 is the newest verified to work
+As of release time, @code{texinfo} 6.7 is the newest verified to work
 to build @theglibc{}.
 
 @item
@@ -567,14 +567,14 @@  GNU @code{awk} 3.1.2, or higher
 @code{awk} is used in several places to generate files.
 Some @code{gawk} extensions are used, including the @code{asorti}
 function, which was introduced in version 3.1.2 of @code{gawk}.
-As of release time, @code{gawk} version 5.0.1 is the newest verified
+As of release time, @code{gawk} version 5.1 is the newest verified
 to work to build @theglibc{}.
 
 @item
 GNU @code{bison} 2.7 or later
 
 @code{bison} is used to generate the @code{yacc} parser code in the @file{intl}
-subdirectory.  As of release time, @code{bison} version 3.4.1 is the newest
+subdirectory.  As of release time, @code{bison} version 3.7.4 is the newest
 verified to work to build @theglibc{}.
 
 @item
@@ -582,7 +582,7 @@  Perl 5
 
 Perl is not required, but if present it is used in some tests and the
 @code{mtrace} program, to build the @glibcadj{} manual.  As of release
-time @code{perl} version 5.30.1 is the newest verified to work to
+time @code{perl} version 5.32.0 is the newest verified to work to
 build @theglibc{}.
 
 @item
@@ -590,13 +590,13 @@  GNU @code{sed} 3.02 or newer
 
 @code{Sed} is used in several places to generate files.  Most scripts work
 with any version of @code{sed}.  As of release time, @code{sed} version
-4.5 is the newest verified to work to build @theglibc{}.
+4.8 is the newest verified to work to build @theglibc{}.
 
 @item
 Python 3.4 or later
 
 Python is required to build @theglibc{}.  As of release time, Python
-3.7.4 is the newest verified to work for building and testing
+3.8.6 is the newest verified to work for building and testing
 @theglibc{}.
 
 @item PExpect 4.0
@@ -604,7 +604,7 @@  Python is required to build @theglibc{}.  As of release time, Python
 The pretty printer tests drive GDB through test programs and compare
 its output to the printers'.  PExpect is used to capture the output of
 GDB, and should be compatible with the Python version in your system.
-As of release time PExpect 4.3 is the newest verified to work to test
+As of release time PExpect 4.8 is the newest verified to work to test
 the pretty printers.
 
 @item
@@ -614,7 +614,7 @@  GDB itself needs to be configured with Python support in order to use
 the pretty printers.  Notice that your system having Python available
 doesn't imply that GDB supports it, nor that your system's Python and
 GDB's have the same version.  As of release time GNU @code{debugger}
-8.3 is the newest verified to work to test the pretty printers.
+10.1 is the newest verified to work to test the pretty printers.
 
 Unless Python, PExpect and GDB with Python support are present, the
 printer tests will report themselves as @code{UNSUPPORTED}.  Notice
@@ -637,7 +637,7 @@  and if you change any of the message translation files you will need
 @item
 GNU @code{gettext} 0.10.36 or later
 
-As of release time, GNU @code{gettext} version 0.19.8.1 is the newest
+As of release time, GNU @code{gettext} version 0.21 is the newest
 version verified to work to build @theglibc{}.
 @end itemize