Subject: Re: Gcc 2.7.0
To: None <email@example.com>
From: J.T. Conklin <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 06/19/1995 13:23:32
> >Additional support for x86 (i386, i486, and Pentium):
> > Work with old and new linkers for Linux-based GNU systems,
> > supporting both a.out and ELF.
> > FreeBSD on x86.
> > Stdcall convention.
> > -malign-double, -mregparm=, -malign-loops= and -malign-jumps= switches.
> > On ISC systems, support -Xp like -posix.
> Someone ought to submit patches to them so that 2.7.1 supports NetBSD
> on most platforms out of the box.
I'd be surprised if it doesn't. I worked with several NetBSD users,
feeding them pre-release gcc snapshots and the like to make sure the
NetBSD configurations worked. I verified the i386, m68k and vax
configs myself, and worked with others for the sparc and pc532.
The mips port-master, Ted Lemon, contributed a mips config personally,
and chris said the alpha toolchain wasn't ready and could wait till
So I think gcc 2.7.0 had pretty much all NetBSD platforms covered.