Pending GCC-3.1 upgrade - do or don't
llawre_ at excite.com
Wed May 8 10:05:36 PDT 2002
Ian Molton wrote:
> On Wed, 08 May 2002 10:35:26 -0400
> Michael W Daniels <daniels at ling.ohio-state.edu> wrote:
>> At 10:05 AM 5/8/2002 +0100, you wrote:
>> >If not faster, why upgrade? (noone has answered this yet, with the
>> >(questionable) excpetion of C++ support which unless you use KDE is
>> >only a VERY small fraction of packages. besides KDE compiles fine on
> Er. Im seeing code generation speedups to put it on a par with 2.95.3
> and ABI incompatability. It doesnt mention the generated code running
> Whats the big advantage?
A big advantage would be to write programs in assembler. I cannot fathom a
change that would qualify as a big advantage.
It seems to me that there is some underlying fear of instablility of LFS.
We're talking about a set of 40+ programs, all under continous development
on top of a kernel that's probably never been stable. And after all that,
is still more stable as a unit than the competition.
LFS has a consistant approach to upgrades. Let the process work.
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