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4a6f656c and bradfitz cmd: re-enable tests with external linking on openbsd/arm
Go on openbsd/arm has supported external linking for a while now, so
re-enable the external linking related tests that were previously

Fixes #10619

Change-Id: I304eeabf3b462d53b7feda17ae390bbe2fa22069
Reviewed-by: Brad Fitzpatrick <>
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doc doc: update wording in contribution guide Apr 23, 2019
lib/time time: read 64-bit data if available Feb 26, 2019
misc misc/cgo/testcshared: support testing on self-hosted android Apr 16, 2019
src cmd: re-enable tests with external linking on openbsd/arm Apr 24, 2019
test Revert "cmd/compile: add signed divisibility by power of 2 rules" Apr 23, 2019
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AUTHORS A: Add Maya Rashish (individual CLA) Apr 23, 2019 all: restore changes from faulty merge/revert Feb 12, 2018
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