At 13:02 18-9-2001 -0400, Arun Ramakrishnan wrote:
I heard that 2.96 is again a devel version of gcc which is sorta
It was a CVS snapshot.
heard posting saying that we shud downgrade to 2.95 possibly.I think with
,u no longer need kgcc to compile things correctly.gcc itself works.In fact,i
For most userland programs it seems to be fine but I have encounterd some
utilities that don't like it.
For kernels kgcc might be a better solution.
heard sby commenting that now kgcc seems broke in RH 7.1 and so it is safe to
use only gcc in RH 7.1;while it was mandatory to use kgcc in RH 7.0!!!!
Not that I know off.
I also heard that binaries produced by gcc 3.0 are going to be somewhat
incompatible with the older binaries.
No, you mean the object code. Not the binaries itself but the intermediate
binary form that you have before creating the actual binary. C code ->
object code -> Binary
Every program has two purposes one for which
it was written and another for which it wasn't
I use the last kind.