[SM-Discuss] GCC 3 anyone?
jkolb at brandeis.edu
Wed Jul 17 15:30:49 EDT 2002
speaking of just doing rebuilds. what about those other processor
optimizations. i thought they were going to be in sorcery last monday.
(you know the athlon-tm, a few intel one's and some other one i can't
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>/me begins whimpering at the thought of doing another rebuild on his laptop.
>but I *just* finished the last one..
>On Wednesday 17 July 2002 10:29 am, Viggo Holmsen wrote:
>>I believe we should wait.
>>1) GCC 3.1.1 is planned for release on july 21 with bugfixes, but the
>>branch will be unmaintained after that.
>>I think we would be better off by skipping GCC 3.1.1.
>>2) GCC 3.2 is planned for release on july 23 and will be the actively
>>maintained branch. It will require a sorcery rebuild, since the C++ ABI
>>will be incompatible with 3.1.
>>3) I think we should migrate to GCC 3.2 as soon as possible in the devel
>>grimoire, and let it filter down.
>>On Wednesday 17 July 2002 16:33, Dufflebunk wrote:
>>>GCC 3.1 Does have the bug that causes some bad behaviour in Mozilla
>>>(non-moving cusor), and there are problems compiling kdemultimedia with
>>>certain optimizations. I've heard that the first problem will be fixed
>>>in GCC 3.1.1 (and there is a patch for 3.1 now) that will fix at least
>>>the first problem.
>>>I would suggest that GCC 3 not be moved to test until GCC 3.1.1
>>>On Wed, 2002-07-17 at 10:18, Tony Smith wrote:
>>>>OK, it's been in devel for a while now and I'm soliciting comments on
>>>>(a) devel users think the GCC 3 migration is complete and ready for the
>>>>(b) whether test branch users are ready for GCC 3.
>>>>If I don't hear to the contrary I'll assume all is well and roll it out
>>>>in my next update.
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