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SubjectRe: Official kernel stance on EGCS?
On Fri, 8 Jan 1999, Aaron Tiensivu wrote:

> I know that egcs is generally frowned upon for compiling 2.0.xx and I know
> that fix-ups have been done to 2.1 to make it compatible with egcs. Right now
> I'm grabbing the latest egcs cvs tree and was wondering if the more recent
> versions are a valid testbed with respect to the kernel?
>
> Will 2.2 freak out if I'm not using gcc 2.7.2.3?

It won't - I've been compiling the kernel with pgcc (which is in turn
based on egcs) for ages.
The latest egcs snapshots might still make problems because of some asm
changes; egcs 1.1.1 works.

LLaP
bero

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