SPECS (DEVEL): gcc.spec - 3.4.1 released.
qboosh at pld-linux.org
Sat Jul 3 21:36:32 CEST 2004
On Sat, Jul 03, 2004 at 08:51:27PM +0200, wrobell wrote:
> On Sat, Jul 03, 2004 at 12:34:52PM +0200, Bartosz Taudul wrote:
> > On Sat, Jul 03, 2004 at 09:56:10AM +0200, wrobell wrote:
> > > > Author: pluto Date: Fri Jul 2 20:25:43 2004 GMT
> > > > Module: SPECS Tag: DEVEL
> > > > ---- Log message:
> > > > - 3.4.1 released.
> > > when will it be merged on head?
> > Probably when, akhem, akhem, RM will start making AC-branches. 3.4.x
> > cannot be included in AC because it would require rebuilding all stuff
> > dependant on libstdc++.
> Why gcc for AC is not on AC branch (as other packages, i.e. rpm)? Answer
> this question for yourself, please.
rpm isn't good example, I think that version from HEAD will go to Ac...
> So, questions remains, is there any technical (besides AC
> mess) reason for keeping gcc 3.4.1 on DEVEL branch? 
> wrobell <wrobell at pld-linux.org>
>  By asking the question I do not want to discuss AC
> problems. I just want to know if gcc 3.4.1 is ready to use
> (there is no todo in the spec, so I want just to be sure).
sb should test it, at least if gcc 3.4.1 is capable to bootstrap
_itself_ on all archs.
Now I know only that it builds (using gcc 3.3.4) on x86, amd64, alpha
and sparc; today or tomorrow we'll know if it builds on ppc (see
I don't know why it failed on i586, probably some builder problem.
Jakub Bogusz http://cyber.cs.net.pl/~qboosh/
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