Subject: Re: compile kernel under gcc2.7.1
To: None <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Niklas Hallqvist <email@example.com>
Date: 11/22/1995 10:27:28
>>>>> "Clarence" == CHAN Yiu Wah <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Clarence> Hello, did anyone try to compile the kernel using gcc-2.7.1
Clarence> ? If yes, please share your experience to me. Thanks.
Yes, I have. I do it everyday on my NetBSD/m68k, and have done so for
a while (even before release). I've done it once on i386, and got it
to work there as well. Have not done that after release though, so
your milage my vary. Anyway, In short, I had no problems. Of course
I have only compiled the files that have been configured in my
I do not know what other "experience" you want to know about...
If anything does *not* work with any part of NetBSD and GCC 2.7.1 I
certainly want to know about that. This is one of my main interests
keeping NetBSD support in GCC up-to-date.
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