[wwwdocs] Document ARM/embedded-x_y-branch family

Submitted by Terry Guo on July 9, 2012, 6:54 a.m.

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Terry Guo July 9, 2012, 6:54 a.m.
Hi Gerald,

As it becomes our long term goal to deliver arm-none-eabi tool chain based
on GCC 4.6/4.7/4.8 and future branches, I am going to use the following
pattern to document this branch family. Is it ok to commit?

BR,
Terry

   <dd>CodeSourcery release based on GCC 3.3.1.</dd>

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Gerald Pfeifer July 16, 2012, 12:10 a.m.
Hi Terry,

On Mon, 9 Jul 2012, Terry Guo wrote:
> As it becomes our long term goal to deliver arm-none-eabi tool chain 
> based on GCC 4.6/4.7/4.8 and future branches, I am going to use the 
> following pattern to document this branch family. Is it ok to commit?

yep, this looks good (and sorry for somehow missing this at first).

The only question I'd have, that may make sense addressing in the
description, is "What kind of changes to you expect to take there,
but not the corresponding release branches? And why?"

Gerald

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   coordinate work with others.  This branch is maintained by the folks
   at Apple.  Previous branch was apple-ppc-branch.</dd>
 
-  <dt>ARM/embedded-4_6-branch</dt>
-  <dd>This branch provides bug-fixes, minor enhancements and stability
-  fixes for GCC 4.6.x when used with ARM's embedded cores, such as
-  the Cortex-R and Cortex-M processors.  It will sync with upstream
-  GCC 4.6 branch regularly.  Most patches will be back-ports of changes 
-  already made on trunk.  Patches should be marked with the
-  tag <code>[arm-embedded]</code> in the subject line.  The branch is
-  maintained by personnel from ARM.</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
+  back-ports of changes already made on trunk.  Patches 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>csl-3_3_1-branch</dt>