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SubjectRe: Where did kgcc go in 2.4.0-test10 ?
}    Date: Wed, 1 Nov 2000 16:37:52 -0700
} From: Nathan Paul Simons <npsimons@fsmlabs.com>
}
} This whole stupid 'kgcc' thing is yet another in a long
} line of really dumb things that RedHat has done and it's just
} another reason i'm glad i switched from RedHat to Debian.
}
} Please get your facts straight.
}
} The rest of this thread will show you that this is not a "Red Hat
} thing". Connectiva, Mandrake, and others do the same thing. In fact
} we choose the name "kgcc" to match the convention set by these other
} distributions.

Good to see RedHat isn't a trail-blazer of ingenuity and will follow the
herd off the cliff. I'm "kgcc" agnostic, but your argument is weak.

Since you're setting yourself up as a proponent of this can you explain why
RedHat includes a compiler that doesn't work with the kernel? Don't get
grumpy about who did it first or what the old one is named but be clear
what I'm asking. I want to know if the 'gcc' on RedHat 7.0 fixes some
problems that the older compilers suffered from? If there's a good reason
for the new compiler that breaks with the kernel then great, it makes
sense. If it wasn't needed, then it's incredibly stupid.


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