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SubjectRe: Possible GCC contamination of Linux
In article <> you write:

>Of course you are correct. However, all compilers will always have
>bugs. gcc-2.x.x.x is already obsolete. Nobody is fixing it. Now there's
>egs.x.x.x, --many bugs --there is work being done to clean that up.

Update your sources. egcs has been folded into gcc quite a few months ago,
and gcc 2.95.1 is fairly stable, about on a par with 2.7.2 or 2.8.1 (not the
same bugs, better code quality).

You should try it, you'll be surprised how many things have been fixed while
you were asleep.

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