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Re: KDE3 in sid update

On Tue 23 Jul 2002 14:23, Nicolai P Guba wrote:
> On Tuesday 23 July 2002 1:17 pm, Chris Cheney wrote:
> > On Sat, Jul 20, 2002 at 12:56:15AM +0100, Nicolai P Guba wrote:
> > -snip-
> >
> > > I don't understand.  What has gcc 3.0.1 to do with it.  It's not even
> > > in unstable and I have been running it for years now.  In fact, this
> > > one right here is 3.0.2 compiled with
> >
> > The original post was a typo, it was supposed to read 3.1.0, however
> > 3.1.0 was buggy and it appears 3.2 will probably be the one debian
> > switches to. GCC 3.2 should be released today, but I do not know how
> > long it will take to switch to it.
> Ah!
> Indeed, I first tried getting it going with gcc-3.1 and I had no joy.
> Compiled alright but dcop didn't like it at all!
> Maybe I've got more luck with gcc 3.2.  I'll definitively give it a whirl
> ;)

So what are the known working versions of GCC for compiling KDE3 with?

I am looking to try my hand at building a Pentium-optimised box from scratch. 
lfs uses GCC2.95.5 but Debian provides both GCC2.95.5 and GCC3?

I've also looked into PGCC, but the latest patches they have are for 
GCC2.95.3 and the site seems to be un-maintained.


	John Gay

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