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Re: will netbsd be sticking with gcc?

from Mayuresh Kathe:

> i just read a note somewhere on the web about netbsd folks trying
> out an alternative compiler set (pcc).
> did that not work out?

> i have heard good things about pcc, mostly, except for perhaps the
> fact that it doesn't yet support all the netbsd platforms which
> gcc does.

> so does that mean gcc would be the default compiler set for the
> foreseeable future?

I've seen some activity toward switching to llvm/clang, at least on i386, amd64 
and evbarm-earm.


FreeBSD has already switched to llvm/clang as the default compiler with 10.0 on 
i386 and amd64, and I think also sparc.


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