Mario Lang writes:
> Are their any plans to package pgcc as alternative to gcc for debian?
> I think my machine could benefit quite much from recompiling emacs and festival
> with pentium code.
No. Currently pgcc is "only" a few steps before gcc-2.96. You get many
optimisations by compiling with -mcpu=pentium -march=pentium. With
the appearance of the k7, I think it's not worth to add just another
compiler for a specific vendor. Perhaps that's appropriate for
distributions backed by specific cpu vendors ...
- From: Mario Lang <firstname.lastname@example.org>