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SubjectRe: non-gcc linux?
Alan Cox wrote:
> > Perhaps I did not explain myself, or perhaps I misunderstand your
> > comments. I was responding to a comment that we could just copy some of
> > the optimizations from Pro64 over into gcc. Whether Pro64 understands
> > gcc syntax is immaterial to this question is it not?
> If gcc is architecturally unable to do ia64 well, pro64 is free software and
> both understand the same syntax Im at a bit of a loss why that is productive

Alan Cox wrote in another message:
> Or a third party decides its a silly situation and does it anyway

A definite possibility.
Tim Riker - - short SIGs! <g>
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... if I'd just been paying attention.
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