Let GCC-3.1x mature and use 3.0.4?
Jostein Christoffer Andersen
jostein at josander.net
Wed May 22 02:17:51 PDT 2002
I just wonder if it's better to stick with GCC-3.0.4 and let GCC-3.1x and
let all the packages use some time to adapt to the GCC-3.1x series
GCC-3.0.4 seems to work and KDE and other C++ programs seems to start and
run much quicker.
I have noticed that a very big patch for ncurses-5.2 are in use for lfs
(480,6 KB b2zipped!) when compiling with GCC-3x. You might want to use mine
wich size is 433 bytes b2zipped and consists of just 38 lines (tested on
GCC-3.0.4) and should work when compiling with GCC-2.95.3 and up.
You can download the patch from here:
Patch ncurses from the ncurses source directory with:
patch -Np0 -i ncurses-5.2.patch
What do you think?
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