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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Important per-cpu fix.
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In message <20020903.220514.21399526.davem@redhat.com> you write:
> If you're not going to upgrade your compiler, will you accept a gcc
> patch to fix this? If so, where can I get the source to your exact
> version?
>
> Oh, "I'm" willing to upgrade "my" compiler, it's my users
> that are the problem. If you impose 3.1 or whatever, I get less
> people testing on sparc64 as a result.

I understand. It's OK to piss off one Sparc64 Linux user, but if you
piss off both of them, you're in trouble 8)

I was actually proposing to provide a patch to an egcs version of your
choice which you could provide as kgcc to your users. But RH seem to
have taken down the SRPM for 2.92.11 (egcs64-19980921-4.src.rpm).

Rusty.
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