Re: Known Compile problems with 2.4-test11
I have seen the same post on debianplanet, and as far as I can tell this is OLD news. I am sure we all heard about the RH7
compiler gcc 2.96, it is unstable too, but does this mean that woody now contains the same compiler? As far as I can tell, it
isn't. Also, it is rather annoying for someone to make a statement like below, and not give any more information than that. For the record, egcs has been has been said to be the best compiler for the new kernel's, as gcc272 may cause errors.
On approximately Sun, Nov 26, 2000 at 12:33:46PM -0600, Brian McGroarty wrote:
> On Sun, Nov 26, 2000 at 07:23:36PM +0000, Adam Langley wrote:
> > The GCC in unstable miscompiles 2.4-test11 - you have been warned.
> Any pointers to particulars on this?
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of a GNU generation -o) | flopped out of the net! How will it live?"
Kernel 2.4.0-tes /\ | The other said, "When you have gotten out
on a i586 _\_v | of the net, I'll tell you."