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SubjectRe: Updated 2.4 TODO List -- new addition WAS(test9 PCI
}    Date: Wed, 11 Oct 2000 19:36:15 -0600
} From: Cort Dougan <cort@fsmlabs.com>
}
} I don't think "it's been done in UNIX before" is a
} strong argument for something being done now :)
}
} True, but I think that "different things have different requirements"
} is a strong argument. I merely pointed out that others did it as
} well to show that perhaps others see it this way as well :-)
}
} And BTW, you don't need to play with makefiles or use special make
} commpand line options with Alan's latest 2.2.x sources.
}
} Just spend a few moments trying to be flexible :-)

Oh, no. I can't do that. That might introduce me to... "new ways".

Is there any reason for changing the compilers with RedHat 7.0? I would
RTFM if I had the FM but I'd like it if someone in-the-know would say why
the new compiler was necessary for user-land apps. For that matter, why
does the latest GCC not work with 2.4?
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