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SubjectRe: What is up with Redhat 7.0?
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> pgcc never was incompatible at binary level to gcc/egcs.

pgcc just didnt work. I got to the point where the kernel list stuff I had
actually had pgcc filtered. Because it was kernel crash pgcc this, kernel
wont compile pgcc that.

> That's simply a fact that you can't discuss away by attacking Lehmann
> who is one of the main integration persons (gcc/egcs).

And ? Im one of the main integrators of Linux 2.2

Now we can't both be right so whats your point. He's entitled to have a
pathalogical hatred of Red Hat and I'm entitled to think he's a kook.

Alan

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