On 15/04/2016 13:25, Richard Biener wrote:
You may have noticed that GCC 6 packages appeared in Factory (but gcc used for building packages still points to GCC 5). Somewhen in January I set up openSUSE:Factory:Staging:Gcc6 where GCC 6 is used to build packages. The status of that is that it depends on the glibc update pending in Staging:B and it still requires fixing a few packages, mostly -Werror related. There was a point in time where openQA was green for x86_64 (and Minimal-X).
Once Staging:B has been accepted I'll formally submit an update to gcc to make it point to GCC 6 thus obsoleting the above Staging:Gcc6. That staging can nevertheless be used to look at the current FAILs [CUT] ...
What are the next actions for gcc6 ? (now that Tumbleweed has been fully rebuilt) Will we have a new build run of Staging:Gcc6 ?