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SubjectRe: non-gcc linux? (was Re: Where did kgcc go in 2.4.0-test10?)
On Tue, Nov 07, 2000 at 01:52:59PM -0700, Tim Riker wrote:
> As was mentioned before, there are nonproprietary compilers around as
> well that might be good choices. My point is that the ANSI C steering
> committee is probably a more balanced forum to determine C syntax than
> the gcc team. We should adopt c99 syntax where feasible, for example. I
> am not asking anyone to use a proprietary compiler of they do not choose
> to do so.

The two problems with your "point" are (1) there is no evidence in its
favor and (2) you have an alternative reason for making such an
argument and by not either making it explicit or explicitly denying
it, you appear to be simply trying to disguise a marketing strategy
in a pseudo-technical argument.

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