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SubjectRe: 2.6-test2: gcc-3.3.1 warning.
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On Maw, 2003-07-29 at 11:20, Tomas Szepe wrote:
> > What is the difference between backporting a patch from 3.3.1-pre to 3.3,
> > and using 3.3.1-pre directly ? Ah, that you get less bug corrected.
>
> Large. 3.3 is a development series. It DOES introduce new stuff.
>
> In production environments you definitely want to stick with 3.2.3
> or (better yet) 2.95.3.

3.2 is probably the best, but lots of people are using gcc 3.3 to build
kernels and so far all the things we've hit have been the stricter
parser throwing up on technically invalid C in the kernel source/

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