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Re: GCC version?

On Sunday 20 May 2001 22:42, Florian Lohoff wrote:
> On Sat, May 19, 2001 at 01:53:36PM -0700, Ryan Murray wrote:
> > 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?
> I havent had a problem with gcc/binutils lately - I compiled
> the debian packages a couple of days ago but didnt try to use them
> as i didnt know anything on the state and the possible inclusion
> of necessary patches.

can I get the deb's to try out? 

Moreover the binutils-mipsel and egcs are obsoleted in the unstable, any 
reasons for this? shall be grateful if anybody can throw some light on this, 
haven't done background checkup on this... apologies.

You work very hard.  Don't try to think as well.

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