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SubjectRe: schedule() "spaghetti" in 2.3.2 ..
On Tue, May 18, 1999 at 10:56:26AM +0000, Robert Boermans wrote:
> Wouldn't 2.3 be a really good place to switch to a newer compiler? there
> have been two releases
> of egcs since 2.7.2. (compared to kernels it is like asking people to
> use 1.2, after all egcs IS
> the new gcc now, even officially). I don't remember sticking to a
> compiler this long before,
> AFAIK we just used the most recent gcc until gcc 2.7.2 came around.

We might has well wait for gcc-2.95, it's (hopefully) only a few months away
now. Though I still don't understand why it's gcc 2.95 and not 2.9.0 ...

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