Subject: re: Compiling gcc-3.0.4 fails
To: Oleg Polyanski <Oleg.Polianski@clear.co.nz>
From: matthew green <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 03/27/2002 04:22:24
> On Tue, Mar 26, 2002 at 10:40:08AM +1200, Oleg Polyanski wrote:
>> Bang Jun-Young <email@example.com> writes:
>> NetBSD related patches have been submitted to gcc-current,
>> i.e. nobody has backported them for gcc 3.0.x. gcc-current
>> compiles and works just fine at least on NetBSD/i386-current.
> GCC homepage says:
> "GCC 3.0 now supports newer versions of the NetBSD operating system,
> which use the ELF object file format, on x86 processors."
> Is that false?
3.0, 3.0.1 and 3.0.2 definitely do not support at least
NetBSD/i386 ELF platform. Dunno about later revisions because
I am not interested in 3.0 branch anymore. gcc-current works just
fine for me.
i submitted my changes shortly after 3.0 was released, and either
included a second patch relevant for the 3.0 branch, or a message
asking that the same patch be applied to the 3.0 branch. this
change appeared in GCC 3.0.4. it should work but i haven't tested