[wwwdocs] Remove svn.html which is not referenced internally any longer.

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Gerald Pfeifer Jan. 22, 2020, 9:21 a.m.
Not only have I cleaned up all internal references, there's also a
redirect from svn.html to git.html in place, so users should never
get a 404.

Pushed.
Gerald
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-<!DOCTYPE html>
-<html lang="en">
-
-<head>
-<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8">
-<meta name="description" content="Anonymous read-only access to the GCC project SVN source repository." />
-<meta name="keywords" content="SVN, version control, GCC, source, public, repository" />
-<title>GCC: Anonymous read-only SVN access</title>
-<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="https://gcc.gnu.org/gcc.css" />
-</head>
-
-<!-- GCC maintainers, please do not hesitate to update/contribute entries
-     concerning branches you maintain!  2005-08-29, Gerald.
--->
-
-<body>
-<h1>GCC: Anonymous read-only SVN access</h1>
-
-<p>Our SVN source repository is available read-only to the public at
-large.  That way you can pick up any version (including releases) of
-GCC that is in our repository.</p>
-
-<p>In addition you can <a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/viewcvs/gcc/">browse
-our SVN history online</a>.</p>
-
-<p>(Our <a href="about.html#git">web pages are managed via git</a>.)</p>
-
-
-<h2>Using the SVN repository</h2>
-
-<p>Assuming you have version 1.0.0 and higher of
-<a href="http://subversion.tigris.org/">Subversion</a> installed, you can
-check out the GCC sources using the following command:</p>
-
-<blockquote><p>
-<code>svn checkout svn://gcc.gnu.org/svn/gcc/trunk SomeLocalDir</code>
-</p></blockquote>
-
-<p>If you are behind a firewall that does not allow the svn protocol
-through, you can replace <code>svn://</code> with <code>http://</code>.
-You may also need to modify your subversion servers file
-(~/.subversion/servers) to set <code>http-proxy-host</code> and
-<code>http-proxy-port</code>.  You should only use the http protocol if
-the svn protocol does not work; the http protocol has a higher server
-overhead associated with it and will be slower.</p>
-
-<p>There is more <a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/SvnHelp">information
-about Subversion specifically for GCC</a> in the GCC Wiki.</p>
-
-<!-- Comment out till savannah gets back to us (see above)
-<p>In case of problems with the repository at savannah.gnu.org please
-contact savannah-hackers@gnu.org.</p> -->
-
-
-<h3 id="generated_files">Generated files</h3>
-
-<p>Our source tree contains a number of files that are generated
-from other source files by build tools such as Bison, Autoconf, and
-Gperf.  Bison is now required when using SVN to access our sources,
-but all other generated files are included in the source tree so that
-GCC can be built without these build tools. The SVN checkout and
-update operations do not insure that the timestamps of generated files
-are later than those of the files they are generated from.  The script
-<code>contrib/gcc_update</code> updates the timestamps for all these
-generated files.  See the comments in that script for instructions on
-running it.</p>
-
-<p>GCC's build system (in particular Make) uses file timestamps to
-determine if a generated file needs to be updated by running a particular
-build tool.  Because of this, GCC's build system may believe that
-a generated file needs regenerating even though its source has not
-changed, and require a particular build tool to rebuild that generated
-file.  If the appropriate build tool is installed on your system, then
-this will not be a problem.  If you do not intend to make changes to
-the source, you can avoid installing these build tools by running
-<code>contrib/gcc_update</code>.</p>
-
-<p>There has been some discussion of removing these generated files
-from GCC's SVN source tree (there is no discussion of removing them
-from the released source tarballs).  If that happens then
-building GCC from the SVN source tree would require installing
-the above mentioned build tools.  Installing these build tools is not
-particularly difficult, but can be time consuming especially if you
-only occasionally install GCC on a particular system.</p>
-
-<p>The build tools that GCC uses are all available from the GNU
-Project (see <a href="http://www.gnu.org">http://www.gnu.org</a>),
-are often already available on many  systems, and can often be found
-already built for some systems.  A partial list of these build tools
-is: Autoconf, Bison, Xgettext, Automake, and Gperf.</p>
-
-<h3>Conflicts when using <code>svn update</code></h3>
-
-<p>It is not uncommon to get svn conflict messages for some generated files
-when updating your local sources from the SVN repository.  Typically such
-conflicts occur with autoconf generated files.</p>
-
-<p>As long as you haven't been making modifications to the generated files
-or the generator files, it is safe to delete the offending file, then run
-<code>svn update</code> again to get a new copy.</p>
-
-
-<h2 id="tags">Branches and Tags</h2>
-
-<p>A branch called <em>branchname</em> can be checked out with the
-following command:</p>
-
-<blockquote><p>
-<code>svn co svn://gcc.gnu.org/svn/gcc/branches/<em>branchname</em> gcc</code>
-</p></blockquote>
-
-<p>(The release branch of the GCC <em>SERIES</em> release series
-is named <code>gcc-<em>SERIES</em>-branch</code>.)</p>
-
-
-<p>Similarly a tag called <em>tagname</em> can be checked out with the
-following command:</p>
-
-<blockquote><p>
-<code>svn co svn://gcc.gnu.org/svn/gcc/tags/<em>tagname</em> gcc</code>
-</p></blockquote>
-
-<p>(The SVN tag for GCC <i>X</i>.<i>Y</i>.<i>Z</i> is of the form
-<code>gcc_<em>X</em>_<em>Y</em>_<em>Z</em>_release</code>.)</p>
-
-
-<p>The following list provides some representative examples:</p>
-
-<ul>
-  <li>gcc-5-branch</li>
-  <li>gcc-4_9-branch</li>
-  <li>gcc_4_9_3_release</li>
-  <li>gcc_4_9_2_release</li>
-  <li>gcc_4_9_1_release</li>
-  <li>gcc_4_9_0_release</li>
-  <li>gcc-4_8-branch</li>
-  <li>gcc-3_4-branch</li>
-</ul>
-
-<p>To get a list of available branches, use the command:</p>
-<blockquote>
-<p>
-<code>svn ls svn://gcc.gnu.org/svn/gcc/branches</code>
-</p>
-</blockquote>
-
-
-<p> To find out the revision/date at which a branch or tag was created, use
-the command <code>svn log --stop-on-copy</code>.</p>
-
-<h3 id="devbranches">Active Development Branches</h3>
-
-<ul>
-<li><a href="#general">General</a></li>
-<li><a href="#arch">Architecture</a></li>
-<li><a href="#target">Target</a></li>
-<li><a href="#lang">Language</a></li>
-<li><a href="#distrobranches">Distribution</a></li>
-<li><a href="#merged">Merged</a></li>
-<li><a href="#olddevbranches">Inactive</a></li>
-	  
-</ul>
-      
-<h4 id="general">General Infrastructure</h4>
-
-<dl>
-
-  <dt>alias-export</dt>
-  <dd>This branch contains the alias export and data dependency export patch.
-  It is used to experiment with the propagation process.  This branch is maintained
-  by Andrey Belevantsev <a href="mailto:abel@ispras.ru">abel@ispras.ru</a>.</dd>
-
-  <dt>autovect-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This branch is the successor to the lno-branch.  The purpose of this
-  branch is tree-level <a href="projects/tree-ssa/vectorization.html">
-  autovectorization</a> work, and related work that the autovectorizer
-  could use or benefit from (like data-dependence analysis,
-  <a href="projects/tree-ssa/lno.html">loop nest optimizations</a>).</dd>
-
-  <dt>cxx-conversion</dt>
-  <dd>This branch hosts mini-projects that rewrite parts of the existing
-  GCC code into C++.  Each conversion project will be proposed for
-  trunk integration independently.  The branch is maintained by
-  <a href="mailto:dnovillo@google.com">Diego Novillo</a>.  Patches
-  sent to this branch and discussions related to it should be marked
-  with the tag <code>[cxx-conversion]</code> in the subject line.  For
-  details on working with this branch, see the
-  <a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/cxx-conversion">C++ conversion</a>
-  page.</dd>
-
-  <dt><a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/Atomic/GCCMM">cxx-mem-model</a></dt>
-  <dd>This branch is for the implementation of the C++ memory model.
-  Patches for this branch should be marked <code>[cxx-mem-model]</code>
-  in the subject line.  The branch is maintained by Aldy Hernandez.</dd>
-
-  <dt><a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/AndrewMacLeod/debuglocus">debuglocus</a></dt>
-  <dd>This branch is an experiment to see whether improved debug information 
-  can be maintained throughout the compiler by associating a user decl with an 
-  expression, statement, or insn.  The name comes from attempting to utilize
-  the ever present source location (locus) field to carry the debug info.
-  Further information can be found on the <a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/AndrewMacLeod/debuglocus">debuglocus</a> wiki page .</dd>
-
-  <dt>dwarf4</dt>
-  <dd>This branch is for support of DWARF-4 features.
-  DWARF-4 is currently under development, so changes on this branch
-  will remain experimental until Version 4 is officially finalized.</dd>
-
-  <dt>gc-improv</dt>
-  <dd>This branch is for the development of garbage collector
-  improvements.  It is the successor to the boehm-gc branch, but
-  without integration with Boehm's GC.  The branch is maintained
-  by <a href="mailto:laurynas.biveinis@gmail.com">Laurynas
-  Biveinis</a>.  Patches for this branch should be marked with the
-  tag <code>[gc-improv]</code> in the subject line.</dd>
-
-  <dt>gimple-front-end</dt>
-  <dd>This branch implements a front end for GIMPLE.  It is maintained
-  by <a href="mailto:dnovillo@google.com">Diego Novillo</a>.  Patches
-  should be prefixed with <code>[gimplefe]</code> in the subject line.  See
-  the <a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/GimpleFrontEnd">GIMPLE Front End</a>
-  page for details.</dd>
-
-  <dt><a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/Graphite">graphite-branch</a></dt>
-  <dd>The purpose of this branch is to develop an infrastructure for loop
-  transforms using the polyhedral model.</dd>
-
-  <dt><a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/LightweightIpo">lw-ipo</a></dt>
-  <dd>This branch aims to implement lightweight IPO.  Patches
-  and discussion on this branch should be marked with the tag
-  <code>[lipo]</code> in the subject line. The branch is maintained by
-  <a href="mailto:davidxl@google.com">David Li</a>.</dd>
-
-  <dt>incremental-compiler</dt>
-  <dd>This branch contains change to turn GCC into an incremental
-  compiler.  The branch is maintained by Tom
-  Tromey <a href="mailto:tromey@redhat.com">tromey@redhat.com</a>.
-  Patches for this branch should be marked with the
-  tag <code>[incremental]</code> in the subject line.
-  </dd>
-
-  <dt>ira-select</dt>
-  <dd>This branch is for work on a new algorithm of calculations of
-  pseudo register classes. The new algorithm is based on choosing an
-  insn alternative first and then calculation of pseudo reg class
-  costs knowing the alternative.  The branch is maintained by Vladimir
-  Makarov <a href="mailto:vmakarov@redhat.com">vmakarov@redhat.com</a>.
-  </dd>
-
-  <dt>libstdcxx_so_7-2-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This branch carries all the C++ Runtime Library (libstdc++-v3) patches
-  that break its abi. It will be merged into the trunk as soon as the decision
-  to move to abi version 7 will have been taken. It is maintained by
-  <a href="mailto:frs.dumont@gmail.com">Fran&ccedil;ois Dumont</a> and the official
-  libstdc++-v3 maintainers Paolo Carlini, Benjamin Kosnik and Jonathan Wakely.
-  Patches will be marked with the tag <code>[so_7-2]</code> in the subject
-  line.</dd>
-
-  <dt>lra</dt>
-  <dd>This branch contains the Local Register Allocator (LRA).  LRA is
-  focused to replace GCC reload pass.  The branch is maintained by
-  Vladimir Makarov
-  &lt; <a href="mailto:vmakarov@redhat.com">vmakarov@redhat.com</a>&gt;
-  and will be merged with mainline from time to time.  Patches will be
-  marked with the tag <code>[lra]</code> in the subject line.</dd>
-
-  <dt>lto-pressure</dt>
-  <dd>This branch is for work on adding analysis to inlining (for LTO in
-  particular) so that it can avoid inlining things that cause excessive
-  increases in register pressure.  The branch is maintained by Aaron Sawdey
-  &lt;<a href="mailto:acsawdey@linux.vnet.ibm.com">acsawdey@linux.vnet.ibm.com</a>&gt;.</dd>
-
-  <dt>melt-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This branch is for
-  a <a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/MiddleEndLispTranslator">Middle End Lisp
-  Translator</a> branch, including both the plugin Lisp-like facility
-  and static analyzers developed with it. This branch is maintained
-  by Basile
-  Starynkevitch <a href="mailto:basile@starynkevitch.net">basile@starynkevitch.net</a>. Use
-  the <code>[MELT]</code> tag for patches.</dd>
-
-  <dt>milepost-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This branch is for GCC developments done in the Milepost project.
-  (<a href="http://www.milepost.eu">http://www.milepost.eu</a>).
-  The branch is maintained by Mircea Namolaru 
-  <a href="mailto:namolaru@il.ibm.com">namolaru@il.ibm.com</a>.
-  Patches should be marked with the tag <code>[mpost]</code> in the 
-  subject line.</dd>
-
-  <dt>no-undefined-overflow</dt>
-  <dd>This branch is for tracking overflow behavior on expressions
-  rather than on types.
-  Patches should be marked with the tag <code>[no-undefined-overflow]</code>
-  in the subject line.  The branch is maintained by Richard Biener.</dd>
-
-  <dt><a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/OpenACC">openacc-gcc-9-branch</a></dt>
-  <dd>This <a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/GitMirror">Git-only branch</a> is
-  used for collaborative development
-  of <a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/OpenACC">OpenACC support</a> and related
-  functionality, such
-  as <a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/Offloading">offloading support</a>.  The
-  branch is based on gcc-9-branch.  Find it
-  at <code>git://gcc.gnu.org/git/gcc.git</code>,
-  &lt;<a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/git/?p=gcc.git;a=shortlog;h=refs/heads/openacc-gcc-9-branch">https://gcc.gnu.org/git/?p=gcc.git;a=shortlog;h=refs/heads/openacc-gcc-9-branch</a>&gt;,
-  or
-  &lt;<a href="https://github.com/gcc-mirror/gcc/tree/openacc-gcc-9-branch">https://github.com/gcc-mirror/gcc/tree/openacc-gcc-9-branch</a>&gt;.
-  Please send patch emails with a short-hand <code>[og9]</code> tag in the
-  subject line, and use <code>ChangeLog.openacc</code> files.</dd>
-
-  <dt><a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/plugins">plugins</a></dt>
-  <dd>This branch adds plugin functionality to GCC.  See the <a
-  href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/plugins">plugins wiki page</a> for
-  details.</dd>
-
-  <dt>ra-improvements</dt>
-  <dd>This branch aims to implement several improvements to the
-  current register allocator.  Examples include implementing a
-  lower-triangular conflict matrix and register coalescing.
-  It is hoped that these improvements will not only help the
-  current allocator, but will be useful to the other register
-  allocation projects such as RABLE and YARA. This branch will
-  be merged with the dataflow-branch from time to time.
-  The patches for this branch should be marked with the tag
-  <code>[ra-improvements]</code> in the subject line.  The branch
-  is maintained by <a href="mailto:bergner@vnet.ibm.com">Peter
-  Bergner</a>.</dd>
-
-  <dt>rtl-fud-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This branch is for the development of factored use-def chains
-  as an SSA form for RTL. Patches should be marked with the tag
-  <code>[rtl-fud]</code> in the subject line.  The branch is maintained
-  by Steven Bosscher and Kenneth Zadeck.</dd>
-
-  <dt>scalar-storage-order</dt>
-  <dd>This branch hosts the experimental support to specify a reverse
-  storage order (byte/word order, aka endianness) for scalar components
-  of aggregate types.  The branch is maintained by
-  <a href="mailto:ebotcazou@adacore.com">Eric Botcazou</a>
-  and will be merged with mainline from time to time.  Patches will be
-  marked with the tag <code>[sso]</code> in the subject line.</dd>
-  
-  <dt>sel-sched-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This branch contains the implementation of the selective scheduling
-  approach.  The goal of the branch is to provide more aggressive scheduler 
-  implementation with support for instruction cloning, register renaming,
-  and forward substitution.   The branch is maintained by Andrey
-  Belevantsev &lt;<a href="mailto:abel@ispras.ru">abel@ispras.ru</a>&gt; 
-  and Maxim Kuvyrkov &lt;<a href="mailto:mkuvyrkov@ispras.ru">
-  mkuvyrkov@ispras.ru</a>&gt; and will be regularly merged with mainline.  
-  Patches will be marked with the tag <code>[sel-sched]</code> in 
-  the subject line.</dd>
-
-  <dt>stack</dt>
-  <dd>This branch contains a new stack alignment framework to
-  automatically align stack for local variables with alignment requirement.
-  The branch is maintained by
-  H.J. Lu &lt;<a href="mailto:hjl.tools@gmail.com">hjl.tools@gmail.com</a>&gt;.
-  Patches should be marked with the tag <code>[stack]</code> in the subject
-  line.</dd>
-
-  <dt>struct-reorg-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This branch is for the development of structure reorganization
-  optimizations, including field reordering, structure splitting for
-  trees.  These optimizations are profile information driven.  This is
-  a subbranch of tree-profiling.  This branch is being maintained by
-  Caroline Tice, Dale Johannesen, Kenneth Zadeck, Stuart Hastings,
-  Mostafa Hagog.</dd>
-
-  <dt><a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/TransactionalMemory"
-      >transactional-memory</a></dt>
-  <dd>This branch is for the development of transactional memory support
-  for GCC.  Patches for this branch should be marked <code>[trans-mem]</code>
-  in the subject line.  The branch is maintained by Richard Henderson.</dd>
-
-  <dt>ubsan</dt>
-  <dd>This branch contains the Undefined Behavior Sanitizer (ubsan).  Ubsan is
-  an undefined behavior detector for the C family of languages.  The branch is
-  maintained by Marek Polacek
-  &lt; <a href="mailto:polacek@redhat.com">polacek@redhat.com</a>&gt;
-  and will be merged with mainline from time to time.  Patches will be
-  marked with the tag <code>[ubsan]</code> in the subject line.</dd>
-
-  <dt>unified-autovect</dt>
-  <dd>This branch is for work on improving effectiveness and generality of GCC's
-  autovectorization by performing target-aware reordering instruction selection
-  using unified representation. This branch is maintained by Sameera Deshpande
-  &lt;<a href="mailto:sameera.deshpande@imgtec.com">sameera.deshpande@imgtec.com</a>&gt;.</dd>
-
-  <dt>vect256</dt>
-  <dd>This branch is for extending vectorizer to 256bit.  The branch is
-  maintained by Richard Biener and H.J. Lu.  Patches should be marked
-  with the tag
-  <code>[vect256]</code> in the subject line.</dd>
-
-</dl>
-
-<h4 id="arch">Architecture-specific</h4>
-
-<dl>
-  <dt><a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/git/?p=gcc.git;a=shortlog;h=refs/heads/aarch64/sve-acle-branch">aarch64/sve-acle-branch</a></dt>
-  <dd>This <a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/GitMirror">Git-only branch</a> is
-  used for collaborative development of the AArch64 SVE ACLE implementation.
-  The branch is based off and merged with trunk.  Please send patches to
-  gcc-patches with an <code>[SVE ACLE]</code> tag in the subject line.
-  There's no need to use ChangeLogs; the ChangeLogs will instead be
-  written when the work is ready to be merged into trunk.  The branch is
-  maintained by Richard Sandiford.</dd>
-
-  <dt>arc-20081210-branch</dt>
-  <dd>The goal of this branch is to make the port to the ARCompact
-  architecture available.  This branch is maintained by Joern Rennecke
-  during spring 2009, and is expected to be unmaintained thereafter.</dd>
-
-  <dt>avx512</dt>
-  <dd>The goal of this branch is to implement Intel AVX-512 and SHA
-  Programming Reference.
-  The branch is maintained by Yukhin Kirill &lt;<a
-  href="mailto:kirill.yukhin@intel.com">kirill.yukhin@intel.com</a>&gt;.
-  Patches should be marked with the tag <code>[AVX512]</code> in the subject
-  line.</dd>
-
-  <dt>avx-512vlbwdq</dt>
-  <dd>The goal of this branch is to implement the Intel AVX-512{VL,BW,DQ}
-  Programming Reference
-  (<a href="https://software.intel.com/sites/default/files/managed/39/c5/325462-sdm-vol-1-2abcd-3abcd.pdf">link</a>).
-  The branch is maintained by Yukhin Kirill &lt;<a
-  href="mailto:kirill.yukhin@intel.com">kirill.yukhin@intel.com</a>&gt;.
-  Patches should be marked with the tag <code>[AVX512]</code> in the subject
-  line.</dd>
-
-  <dt>avx2</dt>
-  <dd>The goal of this branch is to implement AVX Programming Reference
-  (June, 2011). The branch is maintained by
-  H.J. Lu &lt;<a href="mailto:hjl.tools@gmail.com">hjl.tools@gmail.com</a>&gt;
-  and Yukhin Kirill &lt;<a href="mailto:kirill.yukhin@intel.com">kirill.yukhin@intel.com</a>&gt;.
-  Patches should be marked with the tag <code>[AVX2]</code> in the subject
-  line.</dd>
-
-  <dt>cell-4_3-branch</dt>
-  <dd>The goal of this branch is to add fixes and additional features required
-  for the Cell/B.E. processor (both PPE and SPE) to GCC 4.3.x.  This branch
-  is maintained by Ulrich Weigand.</dd>
-
-  <dt>cell-4_4-branch</dt>
-  <dd>The goal of this branch is to back-port from mainline fixes and additional
-  features required for the Cell/B.E. SPE processor to GCC 4.4.x.  This branch
-  is maintained by Ulrich Weigand.  The branch is merged from gcc-4_4-branch.</dd>
-
-  <dt>ix86/gcc-4_5-branch</dt>
-  <dd>The goal of this branch is to backport support from trunk for
-  newer ix86 processors from AMD and Intel. It will track
-  4.5 branch with periodic merge from 4.5 branch.  The current
-  maintainers are Sebastian Pop
-  &lt;<a href="mailto:sebpop@gmail.com">sebpop@gmail.com</a>&gt;
-  and H.J. Lu
-  &lt;<a href="mailto:hjl.tools@gmail.com">hjl.tools@gmail.com</a>&gt;.</dd>
-
-  <dt>ix86/gcc-4_4-branch</dt>
-  <dd>The goal of this branch is to add support for newer ix86 processors such
-  as AMD's Shanghai and Intel's Atom to GCC 4.4.x.  The current maintainers
-  are Dwarakanath Rajagopal &lt;<a href="mailto:dwarak.rajagopal@amd.com">dwarak.rajagopal@amd.com</a>&gt;
-  and H.J. Lu &lt;<a href="mailto:hjl.tools@gmail.com">hjl.tools@gmail.com</a>&gt;.</dd>
-
-  <dt>ix86/gcc-4_3-branch</dt>
-  <dd>The goal of this branch is to add support for newer ix86 processors such
-  as AMD's Barcelona and Intel's Westmere to GCC 4.3.x.  The current maintainers
-  are Dwarakanath Rajagopal &lt;<a href="mailto:dwarak.rajagopal@amd.com">dwarak.rajagopal@amd.com</a>&gt;
-  and H.J. Lu &lt;<a href="mailto:hjl.tools@gmail.com">hjl.tools@gmail.com</a>&gt;.</dd>
-
-  <dt>ix86/gcc-4_2-branch</dt>
-  <dd>The goal of this branch is to add support for newer ix86 processors such
-  as AMD's Barcelona and Intel's Core 2 to GCC 4.2.x.  The current maintainers
-  are Dwarakanath Rajagopal &lt;<a href="mailto:dwarak.rajagopal@amd.com">dwarak.rajagopal@amd.com</a>&gt;
-  and H.J. Lu &lt;<a href="mailto:hjl.tools@gmail.com">hjl.tools@gmail.com</a>&gt;.</dd>
-
-  <dt>ix86/gcc-4_1-branch</dt>
-  <dd>The goal of this branch is to add support for newer ix86 processors such
-  as AMD's Barcelona and Intel's Core 2 to GCC 4.1.x.  The current maintainers
-  are Dwarakanath Rajagopal &lt;<a href="mailto:dwarak.rajagopal@amd.com">dwarak.rajagopal@amd.com</a>&gt;
-  and H.J. Lu &lt;<a href="mailto:hjl.tools@gmail.com">hjl.tools@gmail.com</a>&gt;.</dd>
-
-  <dt>mpx</dt>
-  <dd>The goal of this branch is to support Intel MPX technology.
-  The branch is maintained by
-  Ilya Enkovich &lt;<a href="mailto:ilya.enkovich@intel.com">ilya.enkovich@intel.com</a>&gt;
-  Patches should be marked with the tag <code>[MPX]</code> in the subject
-  line.</dd>
-
-  <dt><a href="projects/cli.html">st/cli-be</a></dt>
-  <dd>The goal of the branch is to develop a back end producing CLI binaries,
-  compliant with ECMA-335 specification.
-  This branch was originally maintained by Roberto Costa
-  &lt;<a href="mailto:robsettantasei@gmail.com">robsettantasei@gmail.com</a>&gt;.
-  Since May 2007, the current maintainers are Andrea Ornstein
-  &lt;<a href="mailto:andrea.ornstein@st.com">andrea.ornstein@st.com</a>&gt;
-  and Erven Rohou
-  &lt;<a href="mailto:erven.rohou@st.com">erven.rohou@st.com</a>&gt;.</dd>
-
-  <dt>spu-4_5-branch</dt>
-  <dd>The goal of this branch is to do development for the Cell/B.E. processor,
-  in particular to support partitioning functions into multiple sections.  This
-  branch was created by Michael Meissner and is now maintained by Ulrich Weigand.
-  The branch is merged from mainline.</dd>
-
-  <dt>x32</dt>
-  <dd>This branch is to implement
-  <a href="https://sites.google.com/site/x32abi/">x32 psABI</a>.
-  The branch is maintained by H.J. Lu.  Patches should be marked with the
-  tag <code>[x32]</code> in the subject line.</dd>
-</dl>
-
-<h4 id="target">Target-specific</h4>
-
-<dl>
-
-  <dt>cygwin-improvements</dt>
-  <dd>This branch is intended as a development and proving grounds for
-  fixes and enhancements specifically to the Cygwin port of the compiler,
-  although some of these may touch slightly on MinGW targets as well.  It
-  is maintained by Dave Korn &lt;<a href="mailto:dave.korn.cygwin@gmail.com"
-  >dave.korn.cygwin@gmail.com</a>&gt; and open to contributions from any
-  interested party; please tag patches with "[cygwin-improvements]" in the
-  title line and post them to the GCC Patches list with a Cc: to that
-  address.</dd>
-</dl>
-
-<h4 id="lang">Language-specific</h4>
-
-<dl>
-  <dt>c++-concepts</dt>
-  <dd>This is the sandbox for renewed work on <em>concepts for C++</em>.
-      It was originally created by Gabriel Dos Reis, with implementation
-      contributed by Andrew Sutton.  It is currently maintained by
-      <a href="mailto:jason@gcc.gnu.org">Jason Merrill</a>.</dd>
-
-  <dt><a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/cxx-modules">c++-modules</a></dt>
-  <dd>This branch is for development of a C++ modules system.  It is
-      maintained by <a href="mailto:nathan@acm.org">Nathan Sidwell</a>.</dd>
-
-  <dt>cilkplus</dt>
-  <dd>This branch is for the development of
-    <a href="https://www.cilkplus.org">Cilk Plus</a> language extension support
-    on GCC and G++ compilers.  This branch is maintained by
-    <a href="mailto:balaji.v.iyer@intel.com">Balaji V. Iyer</a>.
-    Patches to this branch must be prefixed with <code>[cilkplus]</code> in the
-    subject line.  It is also highly encouraged to CC the maintainer.</dd>
-
-  <dt>fortran-dev</dt>
-  <dd>This branch is for disruptive changes to the Fortran front end,
-    especially for OOP development and 
-    the <a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/ArrayDescriptorUpdate">
-    array descriptor update</a>.  It is maintained by Jerry DeLisle
-    &lt;<a href="mailto:jvdelisle@gcc.gnu.org">jvdelisle@gcc.gnu.org</a>&gt;.</dd>
-
-  <dt>gcc-4_4-plugins</dt>
-  <dd>This branch is for backporting the plugin functionality into
-  a 4.4-based release.  There will be no new code or functionality
-  added to this branch.  It is maintained by Diego Novillo.
-  Only patches backported from mainline are accepted.  They should
-  be marked with the tag [4_4-plugins] in the Subject line.</dd>
-
-  <dt>gccgo</dt>
-  <dd>This branch is for the Go front end to gcc.  For more information
-    about the Go programming language,
-    see <a href="https://golang.org/">https://golang.org</a>.  The
-    branch is maintained by Ian Lance Taylor.  Patches should be
-    marked with the tag [gccgo] in the Subject line.
-  </dd>
-
-  <dt><a href="projects/gupc.html">gupc</a></dt>
-  <dd>This branch implements support for UPC (Unified Parallel C).
-  UPC extends the C programming language to provide support for
-  high-performance, parallel systems with access to a single
-  potentially large, global shared address space.
-  Further information can be found on the
-  <a href="http://gccupc.org">GNU UPC</a> web page.</dd>
-
-  <dt>pph</dt>
-  <dd>This branch implements <a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/pph"> Pre-Parsed
-  Headers for C++</a>.  It is maintained by <a
-  href="mailto:dnovillo@google.com">Diego Novillo</a> and <a
-  href="mailto:crowl@google.com">Lawrence Crowl</a>.  Patches should be
-  prefixed with <code>[pph]</code> in the subject line.</dd>
-
-  <dt>pth-icm</dt>
-  <dd>This is a sub-branch of the <code>pph</code> branch.  It
-  implements
-  <a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/pph#Pre-Tokenized_Headers_.28PTH.29">
-  Pre-Tokenized Headers for C++</a>.  Additionally, it contains
-  instrumentation code in the C++ parser that was used in an
-  incremental compiler model (icm) to study the effects of an
-  incremental compiler cache for a compiler server. The branch is
-  maintained by <a href="mailto:dnovillo@google.com">Diego Novillo</a>
-  and <a href="mailto:crowl@google.com">Lawrence Crowl</a>.  Patches
-  should be prefixed with <code>[pph]</code> in the subject line.</dd>
-
-  <dt>tr29124</dt>
-  <dd>This branch is for development of TR29124 Special math Functions,
-    for the C++ runtime library
-    See <a href="http://www.open-std.org/jtc1/sc22/wg21/docs/papers/2010/n3060.pdf">
-    </a>.  It is maintained by Ed Smith-Rowland
-    &lt;<a href="mailto:3dw4rd@verizon.net">3dw4rd@verizon.net</a>&gt;.</dd>
-
-  <dt>var-template</dt>
-  <dd>This branch is for implementation work on 
-      <em>variable template for C++</em>.  It was originally
-       created by Gabriel Dos Reis.  It is maintained by
-      <a href="mailto:jason@gcc.gnu.org">Jason Merrill</a>.</dd>
-</dl>
-
-<h3 id="distrobranches">Distribution Branches</h3>
-
-<p>These branches are maintained by organizations distributing GCC.
-No changes should be made to those branches without the explicit
-permission of the distributing organization.  The branch name should
-be prefixed with the initials of the distributing organization.</p>
-
-<dl>
-  <dt>apple-local-200502-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This branch is for various improvements in use at Apple and to
-  coordinate work with others.  This branch is maintained by the folks
-  at Apple.  Previous branch was apple-ppc-branch.</dd>
-
-  <dt>ARM/embedded-<em>x_y</em>-branch</dt>
-  <dd>These branches provide bug-fixes, minor enhancements and stability
-  fixes for GCC <em>x.y</em> branches when used with ARM's embedded cores,
-  such as the Cortex-R and Cortex-M processors.  Most patches will be
-  limited ARM specific or common back-ports from trunk, unlike the current
-  release branches.  Very occasionally these branches will hold patches
-  that are waiting for trunk acceptance.  Patches for these branches should
-  be marked with the tag <code>[arm-embedded]</code> in the subject line.
-  This family of branches is maintained by personnel from ARM.</dd>
-
-  <dt>google/integration</dt>
-  <dd>This branch contains some minimal patches that are likely not
-  useful anywhere outside of Google's build environment. These are
-  typically configuration patches.  The branch is maintained by
-  Diego Novillo <a href="mailto:dnovillo@google.com">dnovillo@google.com</a>.
-  </dd>
-
-  <dt>google/main</dt>
-  <dd>This branch contains Google local patches that are staged to be
-  contributed to trunk.  Some of these patches are either in the
-  process of being reviewed, or have not yet been proposed.  The
-  intent of this branch is to serve as a staging platform to allow
-  collaboration with external developers.  Patches in this branch are
-  only expected to remain here until they are reviewed and accepted in
-  trunk. This branch is maintained by
-  Diego Novillo <a href="mailto:dnovillo@google.com">dnovillo@google.com</a>.
-  </dd>
-
-  <dt>google/gcc-<em>x_y</em></dt>
-  <dd>Google compilers based on GCC <em>x.y</em> releases.  This family of
-  branches is maintained by Diego Novillo
-  <a href="mailto:dnovillo@google.com">dnovillo@google.com</a>.
-  </dd>
-
-  <dt>google/gcc-<em>x_y[_z]</em>-mobile</dt>
-  <dd>Google compilers based on GCC <em>x.y.z</em> releases.  These are used
-  to build Android and ChromeOS. This family of branches is maintained by
-  Ahmad Sharif <a href="mailto:asharif@google.com">asharif@google.com</a>,
-  Han Shen <a href="mailto:shenhan@google.com">shenhan@google.com</a>,
-  and Jing Yu <a href="mailto:jingyu@google.com">jingyu@google.com</a>.
-  </dd>
-
-  <dt>google/gcc-<em>x_y[_z]</em>-mobile-vtable-security</dt>
-  <dt>google/gcc-<em>x_y[_z]</em>-mobile-vtable-verification</dt>
-  <dd>Google compilers based on GCC <em>x.y.z</em> releases.  These are used
-  to build Android and ChromeOS. These branches are for work on function
-  pointer and vtable security.  They are maintained by Caroline Tice
-  <a href="mailto:cmtice@google.com">cmtice@google.com</a>.
-  </dd>
-
-  <dt>ibm/gcc-<em>x</em>-branch</dt>
-  <dd>Branches that track the GCC branches and are used to create the
-  IBM Advance Toolchain releases.  This family of branches is maintained by
-  personnel from IBM.</dd>
-
-  <dt>linaro/gcc-<em>x_y</em>-branch</dt>
-  <dd>Linaro compilers based on GCC <em>x.y</em> releases.  These branches
-  only accept backports of patches which have been accepted to trunk.  This
-  family of branches is maintained by personnel from Linaro.</dd>
-
-  <dt>redhat/gcc-3_2-branch</dt>
-  <dd>Red Hat GNU/Linux compilers based on GCC 3.2.x.</dd>
-
-  <dt>redhat/gcc-3_4-branch</dt>
-  <dd>Red Hat GNU/Linux compilers based on GCC 3.4.x.</dd>
-
-  <dt>redhat/gcc-4_0-branch</dt>
-  <dd>Red Hat GNU/Linux compilers based on GCC 4.0.x.</dd>
-
-  <dt>redhat/gcc-4_1-branch</dt>
-  <dd>Red Hat GNU/Linux compilers based on GCC 4.1.x.</dd>
-
-  <dt>redhat/gcc-4_3-branch</dt>
-  <dd>Red Hat GNU/Linux compilers based on GCC 4.3.x.</dd>
-
-  <dt>suse/gcc-4_1-branch</dt>
-  <dd>SUSE GNU/Linux compilers based on GCC 4.1.x.</dd>
-
-  <dt>suse/gcc-4_2-branch</dt>
-  <dd>SUSE GNU/Linux compilers based on GCC 4.2.x.</dd>
-
-  <dt>ubuntu/gcc-4_2-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This branch follows the gcc-4_2-branch, except for gcc/java, boehm-gc,
-  libffi, libjava and zlib, which are backported from the trunk (and from
-  gcc-4_3-branch, once created). The branch is used as the base for the
-  Debian and Ubuntu gcc-4.2 source package.</dd>
-
-</dl>
-
-<h3 id="merged">Merged Development Branches</h3>
-
-<p>These branches have been merged to GCC mainline, and are thus
-inactive.</p>
-
-<dl>
-  <dt>ARM/aarch64-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This branch added support for the AArch64 architecture and tracked
-    trunk until the port was merged into mainline.</dd>
-
-  <dt>alias-improvements</dt>
-  <dt>c-4_5-branch</dt>
-  <dt>cfg-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This branch was created to develop and test infrastructure
-  for easier writing of new RTL based optimizations.  The branch
-  was based on GCC pre-3.3 and has been partially merged into the
-  mainline for GCC 3.4.  It is now closed, and work continues on
-  the rtlopt-branch.</dd>
-
-  <dt>cond-optab</dt>
-  <dt>cp-parser-branch</dt>
-  <dt>cp-parser-branch-2</dt>
-  <dt>csl-*-branch</dt>
-  <dt>csl/coldfire-4_1</dt>
-  <dt>cxx0x-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This branch was for the development of C++0x features, and all
-  features developed on this branch have been merged to mainline. Future
-  C++0x features will be developed against mainline.  This branch was
-  deleted at revision 152320.</dd>
-  <dt><a href="projects/cxx0x.html#lambdas">cxx0x-lambdas-branch</a></dt>
-  <dd>This branch was for the development of lambda functions, a coming
-  feature in C++0x.  It was merged into the trunk at revision 152318.</dd>
-
-  <dt>dataflow-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This branch has been merged into mainline on June 6, 2007
-  as svn revision 125624.  It used to contain a replacement of back-end
-  dataflow with df.c based dataflow. The branch was maintained
-  by Daniel Berlin &lt;
-  <a href="mailto:dberlin@dberlin.org">dberlin@dberlin.org</a>&gt;
-  and Kenneth Zadeck &lt;<a href="mailto:zadeck@naturalbridge.com">
-    zadeck@naturalbridge.com</a>&gt; </dd>
-
-
-  <dt>dfa-branch</dt>
-  <dt>dfp-branch </dt>
-  <dt>edge-vector-branch </dt>
-  <dt>fixed-point</dt>
-  <dt>function-specific-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This branch is for development of adding function specific options to
-  GCC.  See the GCC
-  <a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/FunctionSpecificOpt">wiki</a> for a more
-  detailed project description.  Patches should be marked with the tag
-  <code>[function-specific]</code> in the subject line.
-  The branch has been merged into GCC 4.4.</dd>
-
-  <dt>gcc-3_4-basic-improvements-branch</dt>
-  <dt>gcc-3_4-e500-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This branch was for stabilization of the powerpc-*spe
-  architecture, and for adding support for the 8548 chip (e500 v2).  This
-  branch was maintained by Aldy Hernandez.  All the e500 support was
-  merged to mainline.</dd>
-
-  <dt>gcj-abi-2-dev-branch</dt>
-  <dt>gcj-eclipse-branch</dt>
-  <dt><a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/tuples/">gimple-tuples-branch</a></dt>
-  <dt>gomp-20050608-branch</dt>
-  <dt>gomp-3_0-branch</dt>
-
-  <dt>java-gui-20050128-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This was a temporary branch for development of java GUI libraries
-  (AWT and Swing) in the libjava directory.  It has been merged into
-  mainline.</dd>
-
-  <dt>killloop-branch</dt>
-  <dd>The missing optimizations and optimization improvements necessary
-  for removing the old loop optimizer were developed on this branch.
-  Most of these changes were merged in 4.2.</dd>
-
-  <dt><a href="projects/tree-ssa/lno.html">lno-branch</a></dt>
-  <dd>A sub-branch of tree-ssa that aims at implementing a loop
-  nest optimizer at the tree level.  Was largely merged into mainline,
-  and is currently unmaintained.
-  This work now continues on the autovect-branch.</dd>
-
-  <dt><a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/MemRef">mem-ref2</a></dt>
-  <dt>mips-3_4-rewrite-branch</dt>
-  <dt>named-addr-spaces-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This branch was the development branch to add named address space support
-  for architectures that have multiple address spaces.  The CELL/spu architecture
-  adds an <code>__ea</code> keyword to describe extended memory in the host chip
-  address space instead of the local CELL/spu address space.  The branch was
-  created by Ben Elliston, modified by Michael Meissner and eventually maintained by
-  <a href="mailto:Ulrich.Weigand@de.ibm.com">Ulrich Weigand</a>.  All changes from
-  this branch were merged into mainline.</dd>
-
-  <dt>microblaze</dt>
-  <dd>This branch contained support for updating the Xilinx MicroBlaze
-  architecture to GCC 4.1.2.
-  It was created by Michael Eager
-  &lt;<a href="mailto:eager@eagercon.com">eager@eagercon.com</a>&gt;.
-  All changes have been merged into mainline.</dd>
-
-  <dt>pch-branch</dt>
-  <dt><a href="projects/tree-ssa/">tree-ssa-20020619-branch</a></dt>
-  <dt><a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/Var_Tracking_Assignments">var-tracking-assignments*-branch</a></dt>
-
-  <dt>predcom</dt>
-  <dd>This branch aimed to implement predictive commoning optimization
-  and to introduce the changes to the representation of Fortran arrays,
-  alias analysis and dependency analysis to make it useful for
-  the common applications (e.g., mgrid).  The branch was merged
-  in 4.3.</dd>
-
-  <dt>split</dt>
-  <dd>For development of stack splitting, as described
-  on <a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/SplitStacks">the GCC wiki</a>.
-  This branch was maintained by Ian Lance Taylor.  All changes were
-  merged into mainline.</dd>
-
-  <dt>tree-cleanup-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This branch contained improvements and reorganization to the
-  tree optimizers that were not ready in time for GCC 4.0.  The
-  goal was to cleanup the tree optimizers and improve the sequencing
-  of the passes.  It has now been merged into mainline for the
-  4.1 release.</dd>
-
-</dl>
-
-<h3 id="olddevbranches">Inactive Development Branches</h3>
-
-<p>These branches are inactive and contain work that might not been
-merged.</p>
-	
-<dl>
-
-  <dt>ARM/hard_vfp_4_4_branch</dt>
-  <dd>This branch contains support for the hard-VFP variant of the AAPCS calling
-  standard and tracked gcc-4.4 development.  This branch was maintained by 
-  Richard Earnshaw.</dd>
-
-  <dt>addressing-modes</dt>
-  <dd>This branch aimed to clean up the way base and index registers are
-  handled by target headers.  In particular, the strict and non-strict
-  meaning of these registers are unified and a common API is presented to
-  implementations of the target macros.  Obsolete target macros will also
-  be removed.  The branch was maintained by Paolo Bonzini.  It is no
-  longer maintained.</dd>
-
-  <dt id="annotalysis">annotalysis</dt>
-  <dd>This branch contains the implementation of thread safety annotations
-  and analysis (<a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/ThreadSafetyAnnotation">https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/ThreadSafetyAnnotation</a>).
-  The branch was maintained by
-  <a href="mailto:delesley@google.com">Delesley Hutchins</a>.</dd>
-
-  <dt>apple-ppc-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This branch was for various improvements in use at Apple and to
-  coordinate work with others.  This branch was maintained by the folks
-  at Apple.  It has been superseded by apple-local-200502-branch.</dd>
-
-  <dt><a href="projects/ast-optimizer.html">ast-optimizer-branch</a></dt>
-  <dd>The purpose of this branch was to improve GCC's tree based
-  optimizations.  The patches of this branch have been moved to the
-  tree-ssa-20020619-branch.</dd>
-
-  <dt>bje-unsw-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This branch was dedicated to some research work by Ben Elliston
-    at the University of New South Wales (UNSW) on transformation
-    phase ordering.  It will never merge with mainline, although a
-    selection of patches may be submitted over time.  Deleted by
-    revision 152653.</dd>
-
-  <dt>boehms-gc</dt>
-  <dd>The goal of this branch was to test Boehm's GC feasibility as the
-  garbage collector for GCC proper.  This was a part of Google Summer
-  of Code project, described in detail
-  at <a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/Garbage_collection_tuning">https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/Garbage_collection_tuning</a>.  The
-  branch was maintained
-  by <a href="mailto:laurynas.biveinis@gmail.com">Laurynas
-  Biveinis</a>.</dd>
-
-  <dt><a href="projects/cfo.html">cfo-branch</a></dt>
-  <dd>The goal of this branch was to add a new extension for improving
-  the code size optimization of GCC with code factoring methods (code
-  motion and merging algorithms).  It is no longer maintained.</dd>
-
-  <dt>compile-server-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This branch was aimed at improving compile speed by caching work
-  done between compilations.  The work saved is mainly related to header
-  file processing.  This branch was maintained by Mike Stump and Per Bothner.
-  Patches were marked with the tag <code>[cs]</code> in the subject
-  line.</dd>
-
-  <dt><a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/Condate">condate-branch</a></dt>
-  <dd>The purpose of this branch is to develop a language for checking
-  control flow graph properties.  The code of this branch has not been
-  merged in trunk.</dd>
-
-  <dt><a href="projects/cxx-reflection/">cxx-reflection-branch</a></dt>
-  <dd>Part of the work on providing support for compile time reflection
-  in C++ was done in this branch.  This branch was maintained by Gabriel
-  Dos Reis
-  &lt;<a href="mailto:gdr@integrable-solutions.net">gdr@integrable-solutions.net</a>&gt;.
-  It is no longer maintained.</dd>
-
-  <dt><a href="projects/cxx0x.html#concepts">cxx0x-concepts-branch</a></dt>
-  <dd>This branch contains the beginnings of a re-implementation of
-    Concepts, a likely future feature of C++, using some of the code from
-    the prototype implementation on conceptgcc-branch.  It is not currently
-    maintained.</dd>
-
-  <dt>dead/improved-aliasing-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This branch contains improvements to the tree-based aliasing
-  infrastructure.  The branch was maintained by Daniel Berlin &lt;<a
-  href="mailto:dberlin@dberlin.org">dberlin@dberlin.org</a>&gt; and
-  Diego Novillo &lt;<a href="mailto:dnovillo@redhat.com">
-    dnovillo@redhat.com</a>&gt;.  It is no longer maintained.</dd>
-
-  <dt>faster-compiler-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This was a temporary branch for compiler speedups for GCC 3.4.
-  See <a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc/2002-08/msg00498.html">this
-  thread</a> for discussion of possible work still to be done in this
-  area.  The branch is unmaintained at present.</dd>
-
-  <dt>fortran-caf</dt>
-  <dd>This branch contained experimental changes to the Fortran front end for
-    implementing the library calls for coarray communication.  It was
-    maintained by Tobias Burnus
-    &lt;<a href="mailto:burnus@gcc.gnu.org">burnus@gcc.gnu.org</a>&gt;.</dd>
-
-  <dt>fortran-exp</dt>
-  <dd>This branch contained experimental changes to the Fortran front end, initially
-    for array constructor refactoring using splay-tree and other areas of
-    optimization.  It was maintained by Jerry DeLisle
-    &lt;<a href="mailto:jvdelisle@gcc.gnu.org">jvdelisle@gcc.gnu.org</a>&gt;.</dd>
-
-  <dt>gcc-3_3-e500-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This branch was for backporting the PowerPC/E500 back end to GCC 3.3.
-  See <a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc/2003-04/msg00733.html">this
-  message</a> for details.</dd>
-
-  <dt>gcc-in-cxx</dt>
-  <dd>This branch was for converting GCC to be written in C++.  The
-  branch was maintained by Ian Lance Taylor.</dd>
-
-  <dt>gcjx-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This branch was used for development of gcjx, a rewrite of the
-    front end for the Java programming language.  It has been superseded
-    by gcj-eclipse-branch. </dd>
-
-  <dt>gomp-01-branch</dt>
-  <dt>gomp-branch</dt>
-  <dd>These two branches were initial attempts to implement
-  OpenMP support in GCC.  They were never properly maintained and
-  have now been superseded by <code>gomp-20050608-branch</code>.</dd>
-
-  <dt>gomp-4_0-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This branch was based on gcc-6-branch, and was used to update
-  the <a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/openmp">OpenMP support</a> to version
-  4.0, including development
-  of <a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/Offloading">offloading support</a> in
-  GCC as well as support
-  for <a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/OpenACC">OpenACC</a>.  These features
-  got merged into trunk.  The branch was then used for on-going development
-  of OpenACC support and related functionality, which subsequently moved to
-  openacc-gcc-7-branch and then openacc-gcc-8-branch (both now also inactive,
-  see below).</dd>
-
-  <dt>openacc-gcc-7-branch</dt>
-  <dt>openacc-gcc-8-branch</dt>
-  <dd>These branches were used for development of
-  <a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/OpenACC">OpenACC support</a> and related
-  functionality, based on gcc-7-branch and gcc-8-branch respectively.
-  Work is now proceeding on the openacc-gcc-9-branch.</dd>
-
-  <dt>hammer-3_3-branch</dt>
-  <dd>The goal of this branch was to have a stable compiler based on GCC 3.3
-  with improved performance for AMD's 64-bit Hammer CPUs. The branch was
-  maintained by Jan Hubicka &lt;<a href="mailto:jh@suse.cz">jh@suse.cz</a>&gt;
-  and Andreas Jaeger &lt;<a href="mailto:aj@suse.de">aj@suse.de</a>&gt;.
-  Patches added on this branch might not be appropriate for the GCC 3.3
-  branch due to our policies concerning release branches.  All patches
-  were added to mainline GCC (for 3.4).</dd>
-
-  <dt>ia64-fp-model-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This branch was a development branch with the goal of
-  implementing the improvements and features discussed at the <a href=
-  "https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/ia64_floating_point">ia64 floating point</a>
-  page on the <a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/">GCC wiki</a>.  It was
-  maintained by Zack Weinberg &lt;<a
-  href="mailto:zack@codesourcery.com">zack@codesourcery.com</a>&gt;.
-  It is no longer maintained.</dd>
-
-  <dt>ia64-improvements</dt>
-  <dd>The goal of this branch was to improve the performance of binaries
-  generated with GCC on the Itanium processor.  Details can be found at the
-  <a href="projects/ia64.html">IA-64 improvements</a> page.  This branch
-  was maintained by Robert Kidd  &lt;<a
-  href="mailto:rkidd@crhc.uiuc.edu">rkidd@crhc.uiuc.edu</a>&gt; and
-  Diego Novillo.  It is no longer maintained.</dd>
-
-  <dt>ibm/power7-tmp</dt>
-  <dd>This branch was used to stage patches for Power7 (PowerPC ISA 2.06)
-  from the development branch to the mainline.  The branch was maintained by
-  Michael Meissner,
-  <a href="mailto:meissner@linux.vnet.ibm.com">meissner@linux.vnet.ibm.com</a>.</dd>
-
-  <dt>ix86/avx</dt>
-  <dd>The goal of this branch is to implement Intel AVX (Intel Advanced
-  Vector Extensions).  The branch is maintained by
-  H.J. Lu &lt;<a href="mailto:hjl.tools@gmail.com">hjl.tools@gmail.com</a>&gt;.
-  Patches should be marked with the tag <code>[AVX]</code> in the subject
-  line.</dd>
-
-  <dt>insn-select</dt>
-  <dd>This branch aimed to implement in early instruction selection
-  and register class selection pass, which runs before register allocation
-  and subsumes the current <code>regclass</code> pass.  In particular
-  the goal is to chose an alternative per instruction, usable as a base
-  during register allocation, which ideally is not changed during reload
-  if registers could be allocated.  This will not be possible in all cases,
-  especially when addresses generated during spilling will be invalid on
-  the target machine.  But we should be able to do away with fake register
-  classes representing strict unions of other register classes.  The
-  branch was maintained by Michael Matz.  It is no longer
-  maintained.</dd>
-  
-  <dt>java-gui-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This was a temporary branch for development of java GUI libraries
-  (AWT and Swing) in the libjava directory.  It has been superseded
-  by java-gui-20050128-branch</dd>
-
-  <dt>libada-gnattools-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This is the spiritual successor to the libada branch.  This branch
-  exists to solve
-  <a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/PR5911">bug 5911</a>
-  and others, by breaking out the Ada runtime into a libada directory and
-  the Ada tools into a gnattools directory.  Work was devoted to
-  cleaning up the configure and make machinery, and separating it as much
-  as possible from the GCC build machinery.  Nathanael Nerode
-  &lt;<a href="mailto:neroden@gcc.gnu.org">neroden@gcc.gnu.org</a>&gt;
-  maintained this branch.  It is no longer maintained.</dd>
-
-  <dt>libobjc-branch</dt>
-  <dd>The branch is aimed to clean up libobjc and make it run on Darwin.
-  Patches should be marked with the tag <code>[libobjc-branch]</code>
-  in the subject line. Patches can be approved by Andrew Pinski
-  &lt;<a href="mailto:pinskia@gcc.gnu.org">pinskia@gcc.gnu.org</a>&gt;
-  or Nicola Pero
-  &lt;<a href="mailto:n.pero@mi.flashnet.it">n.pero@mi.flashnet.it</a>&gt;.</dd>
-
-  <dt>libstdcxx_so_7-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This was a branch for experimental work on the C++ Runtime Library
-  (libstdc++-v3) beyond the current version 6 library ABI. Paolo Carlini
-  &lt;<a href="mailto:pcarlini@suse.de">pcarlini@suse.de</a>&gt;
-  and Benjamin Kosnik
-  &lt;<a href="mailto:bkoz@redhat.com">bkoz@redhat.com</a>&gt; were
-  maintaining this branch.  It is no longer maintained.</dd>
-
-  <dt><a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/LinkTimeOptimization">lto</a></dt>
-  <dd>This branch implemented link-time optimization.</dd>
-
-  <dt>lto-streamer</dt>
-  <dd>This was a sub-branch of the lto branch.  It was intended for unstable
-  work related to the conversion from DWARF encoding to GIMPLE streamer.
-  It is no longer maintained.</dd>
-
-  <dt>mem-ref</dt>
-  <dd>This branch is for lowering the GIMPLE IL for memory accesses to
-  a flat representation.  See the GCC
-  <a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/MemRef">wiki</a> for a more detailed
-  project description.  The branch is maintained by Richard Biener.
-  Patches should be marked with the tag <code>[mem-ref]</code> in the
-  subject line.</dd>
-
-  <dt>mem-ssa</dt>
-  <dd>This branch contains the implementation of Memory SSA, a new
-  mechanism for representing memory operations in SSA form (<a
-  href="https://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc/2006-02/msg00620.html">https://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc/2006-02/msg00620.html</a>).
-  The branch was maintained by Diego Novillo.  It is no longer
-  maintained.</dd>
-
-  <dt><a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/MIRO">miro-branch</a></dt>
-  <dd>The purpose of this branch is to develop an improved Mudflap
-  with referent objects.  The code of this branch has not been merged
-  in trunk.</dd>
-
-  <dt>named-addr-4_3-branch</dt>
-  <dd>The goal of this branch was to backport the changes from the
-  named-addr-spaces-branch to a GCC 4.3 tree.  This branch was maintained by
-  Michael Meissner.  This branch was merged from gcc-4_3-branch.</dd>
-
-  <dt>new-regalloc-branch</dt>
-  <dd>Daniel Berlin and Michael Matz were working on an implementation
-  of a graph-coloring register allocator on this branch. It is known to
-  bootstrap under x86-linux-gnu and ppc-linux-gnu.  It is no longer
-  maintained.</dd>
- 
-  <dt>objc-improvements-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This branch was originally used to merge Objective-C bug fixes and
-  enhancements from Apple Computer into the FSF tree; this has now been
-  completed.  A later purpose of the branch was to implement the
-  Objective-C++ language in the FSF GCC source tree. The message thread
-  starting <a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc/2003-07/msg00535.html">here</a>
-  describes this at more length.  This branch was being maintained by Zem
-  Laski
-  &lt;<a href="mailto:zlaski@apple.com">zlaski@apple.com</a>&gt;.  It
-  is no longer maintained.</dd>
-
-  <dt>opt-diary</dt>
-  <dd>This branch contains the implementation of Optimization Diary, 
-  a collection of useful log information generated by the optimizers. 
-  This branch was maintained by Devang Patel.  It is no longer
-  maintained.</dd>
-
-  <dt>plugin</dt>
-  <dd>This branch contains work for a plugin infrastructure in GCC
-  to enable additional checking work. This branch is maintained
-  by Eric Christopher <a href="mailto:echristo@gmail.com">
-  echristo@gmail.com</a> and will be merged with mainline from time to
-  time.  Patches will be marked with the tag <code>[plugin]</code>
-  in the subject line.</dd>
-
-  <dt>pointer_plus</dt>
-  <dd>This branch is for the development of POINTER_PLUS_EXPR.  Which
-  is to be used instead of casting between an integer type and a pointer
-  type before doing pointer addition.  This branch is being maintained
-  by Andrew Pinski.  Patches for this branch should be marked with 
-  the tag <code>[PTR-PLUS]</code> in the subject line, and CC'ed to
-  <a href="mailto:pinskia@gmail.com">Andrew Pinski</a>.</dd>
-
-  <dt>redhat/gcc-3_3-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This branch used to hold Red Hat GNU/Linux compilers based on
-  GCC 3.3.x.</dd>
-
-  <dt>reload-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This branch contains a version of reload in which the tracking
-  of reload register lifetimes and the inheritance code has been
-  rewritten in an attempt to make it more maintainable.  It is no
-  longer maintained.</dd>
-
-  <dt><a href="projects/cfg.html">rtlopt-branch</a></dt>
-  <dd>This branch was the successor to the cfg-branch, with the exception
-  that it was based on GCC pre-3.4.  The purpose of the branch was to develop
-  and test infrastructure for CFG based code improving transformations on
-  RTL.</dd>
-
-  <dt><a href="projects/sched-treegion.html">sched-treegion-branch</a></dt>
-  <dd>This branch was for the development of a treegion-based instruction 
-  scheduler.  The branch was maintained by Chad Rosier.  It is no
-  longer maintained.</dd>
-
-  <dt>ssaupdate-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This branch served to clean up and improve utilities for the SSA
-  form updating, as well as for related changes of the SSA form
-  representation.  Most of the changes in this branch were never merged.
-  Part of them were incorporated in Diego Novillo's SSA updating
-  improvement patch.</dd>
-
-  <dt><a href="projects/strees/index.html">stree-branch</a></dt>
-  <dd>This branch was for improving compilation speed and reducing memory
-  use by representing declarations as small flat data structures whenever
-  possible, lazily expanding them into full trees when necessary.  This
-  branch was being maintained by Matt Austern, Robert Bowdidge, Geoff
-  Keating, and Mike Stump.  Patches were marked with the tag
-  <code>[stree]</code> in the subject line.</dd>
-
-  <dt>structure-aliasing-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This branch contains improvements to the tree optimizers ability 
-  to do pointer-to-structure aliasing analysis and optimization.  
-  This involves some significant rework of the way
-  our memory information is represented in the tree-ssa form.
-  The branch was maintained by Daniel Berlin.  It is no longer
-  maintained.</dd>
-
-  <dt>thread-annotations</dt>
-  <dd>This branch contained the implementation of thread safety annotations
-  and analysis (<a href="https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/ThreadSafetyAnnotation">https://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/ThreadSafetyAnnotation</a>).
-  It was superseded by the <a href="#annotalysis">annotalysis branch.</a>
-  </dd>
-
-  <dt><a href="projects/tree-profiling.html">tree-profiling-branch</a></dt>
-  <dd>This branch was for the development of profiling heuristics
-  and profile based optimizations for trees, such as profile driven inline
-  heuristics.  Another goal of this branch was to demonstrate that maintaining
-  the CFG and profile information over expanding from GIMPLE trees to RTL
-  is feasible and can bring considerable performance improvements.
-  It is no longer maintained.</dd>
-
-  <dt>tree-ssa-cfg-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This branch has been merged into the tree-ssa-20020619-branch.</dd>
-
-  <dt>var-mappings-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This branch is for improving debug information based on tracking
-  multiple variables per computed value.  The branch is maintained by
-  Richard Biener and Michael Matz.  Patches should be marked with the
-  tag <code>[varmap]</code> in the subject line.</dd>
-
-  <dt>yara-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This branch contains Yet Another Register Allocator (YARA).
-  The branch was maintained by Vladimir Makarov &lt;
-  <a href="mailto:vmakarov@redhat.com">vmakarov@redhat.com</a>&gt;.
-  It is no longer maintained; some of the work was used as a basis
-  for the work on the ira branch.</dd>
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