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Re: netinst using gcc-3.4 packages: no valid Release file?

"Harald Dunkel" <harald.dunkel@t-online.de> writes:

> Goswin von Brederlow wrote:
>> "Harald Dunkel" <harald.dunkel@t-online.de> writes:
>>>Any schedule out to get rid of gcc-3.3 for amd64 completely?
>>>I am using gcc 3.4 and 3.4.1 for my private projects since they
>>>were released. Works for me.
>> Doesn't look like its going to happen. There are too many patches
>> needed for gcc-3.4 that most likely won't make it into sarge and
>> several of us want to release a unofficial sarge with a minimum of
>> extra patches compared to the official one.
> Sorry, but I am sure that Sarge for amd64 will require
> more patches when using gcc-3.3 instead of 3.4.1. Anyway,
> I'm just interested in Sid.
> Probably there were some good reasons to drop gdb 6.1 for
> amd64(gcc-3.4), but all the included *-dbg libraries are
> pretty useless without a working debugger. Not to mention
> that debugging is important esp. on amd64 and Unstable.
> 2 weeks ago gdb 6.2 was released. It builds without problems
> for amd64(gcc-3,4). Would it be possible to get this debugger
> in?

Get it into sid (unlikely before the freeze) or experimental.

> Regards
> Harri


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