mips development on the 2.95.x branch of gcc is mostly dead, and I'm running into problems with the asm output of gcc not having valid syntax. Since there is active development with gcc 3.x, it seems like it might be best to change the default compiler for mips (and mipsel?) to gcc 3.x. Anyone have a compelling reason we shouldn't go to 3.x, since 2.95.x looks to be broken, and no one is looking at fixing it at this point? -- Ryan Murray, Debian Developer (firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com) The opinions expressed here are my own.
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