Subject: re: CVS commit: gnusrc/gnu/usr.bin/gcc
To: Todd Vierling <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: matthew green <email@example.com>
Date: 07/19/2001 01:37:29
: 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.
so what happens to our usr.bin.cpp.sh script that actually has
functionality? does the new /usr/bin/cpp have all that? looks
like it could...