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SubjectRe: pre egcs-1.1 testing and Linux 2.1.x
On Sat, Aug 22, 1998 at 07:25:26PM -0700, Richard Henderson wrote:

> Not impossible. But due to some rather fundamental flaws it will
> take 3 or 4 months of solid engineering work, since it requires an
> entirely new register allocator.

Its a wonder someone can't commercially sponsor gcc development,
there must be plenty of microprocessors and embedded applications out
there needing a c/c++ compiler and sponsorship would be cheaper than
reinventing the wheel...

(Or am I just being too idealistic?)



-cw

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