Commit ba80bf27 authored by Niels Möller's avatar Niels Möller

Updated release plan.

parent 5ba1d4e1
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<h1> Nettle release plans </h1>
<p> This is an attempt at defining a development target for
Nettle-3.1, inspired by similar pages for recent GMP releases.
[Last updated 2015-03-19]</p>
[Last updated 2015-03-31]</p>
<p class='should'>
This really ought to be done before release
</p>
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</p>
<h2> Miscellaneous </h2>
<p class='should'>
<p class='postpone'>
Use more functions from GMP-6 and later, when available:
mpn_sec_add_1, mpn_sec_tabselect, mpn_sec_invert, mpn_cnd_swap,
...
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Reconsider assembly make rules, going back to an .asm.o: rule
might work better with Solaris' make.
</p>
<p class='should'>
<p class='postponed'>
Update AX_CREATE_STDINT_H to the latest version.
</p>
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<p> Since xenofarm isn't up and running, do some manual testing:
</p>
<ul>
<li class='should> x86_64-linux-gnu</li>
<li class='should'> x86-linux-gnu</li>
<li class='should'> x86_64-freebsd</li>
<li class='should'> x86-w*ndows (using cross compiler and wine)</li>
<li class='should'> x86_64-w*ndows (using cross compiler and wine)</li>
<li class='done'> x86_64-linux-gnu</li>
<li class='done'> x86-linux-gnu</li>
<li class='done'> x86_64-freebsd</li>
<li class='done'> x86-w*ndows (using cross compiler and wine)</li>
<li class='done'> x86_64-w*ndows (using cross compiler and wine)</li>
<li class='should'> x86-darwin (needs help from Nettle users)</li>
<li class='should'> x86_64-darwin (needs help from Nettle users)</li>
<li class='should'> armv7-linux-gnu (pandaboard test platform)</li>
<li class='done'> armv7-linux-gnu (pandaboard test platform)</li>
<li class='wish'> armv7-android </li>
<li class='should'> sparc32-solaris10</li>
<li class='should'> sparc64-solaris10</li>
<li class='done'> sparc32-solaris10</li>
<li class='done'> sparc64-solaris10</li>
</ul>
<h1> Changes under consideration for later releases </h1>
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