Subject: if I start using gcc3 should I use it for everything?
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Jeremy C. Reed <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 07/19/2004 14:16:08
A couple months ago, I mentioned I was having problems patching scribus
for old gcc 2.x. So I was told that focring gcc3 would be fine. So I did,
but then I found more problems, because of conflicts with dependencies
(such as qt3-libs) that were built with gcc 2.
I asked in May, but never received any answer:
So if I start using gcc3 should I use it for everything?
Also a recent thread on packages list suggested that we shouldn't upgrade
a package if "NetBSD" (official release) wasn't supported.
Any suggestions on what I should do? Scribus in our pkgsrc is way out of
date. I have newer versions in my pkgsrc which I have been using for
months, but I don't want to commit because it will break under NetBSD
Jeremy C. Reed
open source, Unix, *BSD, Linux training