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SubjectRe[2]: Which gcc version?
On Fri, 23 Nov 2001 16:30:19 +0100 Gábor Lénárt <> wrote:

GL> True, but as it's known, gcc-2.96 is NOT an official gcc release by the gcc
GL> team. It was RedHat's fault to fetch a development CVS gcc snapshot and
GL> release it as gcc 2.96 in RedHat distributions

There were some good reasons for that - people were faced with new gcc (which now
is 3.0x) features almost a year ago. Now much less software would compile without
problems with gcc 3.x if RH 7.x didn't include gcc 2.96 then...
Anyway, latest gcc 2.96 is very stable, so please stop ranting.


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