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Re: User-Centered Release Goal Proposal for woody+1

On Wed, May 29, 2002 at 06:08:27PM +0200, Michael Piefel <piefel@debian.org> was heard to say:
> Am 29.05.02 um 12:17:04 schrieb Ben Armstrong:
> > >  - woody + gcc 3.1
> > I'm not arguing this is a bad thing, but is this "no major restructuring
> > required"?  And is this "user-centred"?
> Hmm, depends on what you are using. For me as a software developer,
> availability of g++ 3.1 is important.

  g++ 3.1 is already in unstable, actually :)

  I'd like to have one compiler on all architectures, personally, but I
would be willing to put up with another "different compilers everywhere"
release if it meant we could release again soon.


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