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Re: GCC-3.0 uploaded to incoming


From: Maurizio Boriani
Subject: Re: GCC-3.0 uploaded to incoming
Date: Thu, 21 Jun 2001 09:51:15 +0000
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On Wed, Jun 20, 2001 at 04:19:49PM -0700, Jeff Bailey wrote:
> I have uploaded gcc-3.0 to incoming.
> 
> Thanks to: 
>  Mark Kettenis - Getting the Hurd port updated upstream so we could compile
>  Marcus Brinkman - Putting up with my ranting.
>  Matthew Klose - For being very agreeable to patches and getting this running
> 
> I have tested:
> 
> 1) A simple C app (#include <stdio.h> int main () { printf("Hello world\n"); 
> })
> 
> 2) A simple C++ app (#include <iostream> #include <string> int main () { 
> std::string hi = "woo";  std::cout << hi << std::endl; })
> 
> Both function correctly.
> 
> There was one upstream bug.  GCC was configured to only produce static
> libraries for the Hurd.  All other bugs were simply packaging bugs (no
> java, typos, no longer needed historical cruft, etc...)
> 
> BTS stuff will follow.
> 
> I will test out building the Hurd and Gnumach, and test those.  If
> this works, I would like to begin the steps towards switching to
> gcc-3.0 now as our default compiler, before we have many C++
> libraries/apps buit.  Objections?  (Silence is assent)
> 
> Tks,
> Jeff Bailey

I tried build a cross-compiler environment on Linux Vs. HURD using this release 
of gcc but it did't like work. Today I'll redo operations and if you like I'll 
send you make output.

bye

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