Subject: re: CVS commit: gnusrc/gnu/usr.bin/gcc
To: matthew green <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Todd Vierling <email@example.com>
Date: 07/18/2001 11:20:15
On Thu, 19 Jul 2001, matthew green wrote:
: Module Name: gnusrc
: Committed By: tv
: Date: Wed Jul 18 14:01:14 UTC 2001
: Added Files:
: gnusrc/gnu/usr.bin/gcc/cpp: Makefile
: gnusrc/gnu/usr.bin/gcc/cpp0: Makefile
: Log Message:
: Add frontend /usr/bin/cpp (now a real binary) and /usr/libexec/cpp0
: (formerly /usr/libexec/cpp).
: could you explain the purpose of this?
/usr/bin/cpp is a program actually created by gcc 2.95 now, as a
/usr/bin/gcc style frontend. cpp0 is the actual name of the "internal"
cpp, referred to by that name in gcc.c.
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