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SubjectRe: compiling kernel with gcc-3 (was: 2.4.10-pre5)
Josh McKinney wrote:
> Since I have gotten a decent amount of flame mail from my one-liner posted
> yesterday, I am just curious. Has anyone really been able to successfully
> compile their kernel with gcc-3*. I did once or twice long before it was
> released, but it dies on the same error everytime. I posted it to the
> GCC mailing list because it was an internal compiler error, but it went
> unanswered, along with other reports of the same bug. Anyway, I just want
> to see if someone really is able to use it as a reliable compiler.

I've been compiling kernels since June 22 with 3.0, never a
problem. -pre5 and -pre6 compiled with 3.0.1 backing out the
rd.c changes.


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