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Re: fts: make find *much* faster on dirent.d_type-challenged FS

From: Matthew Woehlke
Subject: Re: fts: make find *much* faster on dirent.d_type-challenged FS
Date: Thu, 19 Feb 2009 17:55:07 -0600
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Karl Berry wrote:
In compiling the binaries for TeX Live, where we try to use fairly old
compilers and systems, the only platform which had problems with
decl-after-stmt was v5 of the IBM C compiler for AIX 4.3.  There are
various reasons why the person who does those builds doesn't want to use
gcc, but for GNU packages, it seems like we could reasonably ask people
to use gcc instead of IBM C.

Have you built gcc on AIX 4.x? "Various reason" number one (it's a biggie) is that building gcc is a bit daunting and isn't exactly fast (or necessarily easy)...

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