I believe lang/icc* are not open-source nor 'free', right?
Alexander at Leidinger.net
Fri Mar 19 08:01:27 PST 2004
On Thu, 18 Mar 2004 19:51:59 -0600 (CST)
"Paul Seniura" <pdseniura at techie.com> wrote:
> The discussions on cvs-src list were almost making me
> panic, so I had to say something quick from another
> perspective. My previous msg has header lines pointing to
> the beginning of that thread, starting with the commits to
> allow building kernel with icc. Seems the other
> respondents here haven't taken time to read them to
> understand where I'm coming from. They are/were actually
> considering publicly distributing kernels built with icc --
> something we are not privvy to use, as I understand the
> license, and so must be clearly marked.
We are _allowed_ to distribute binaries compiled with icc. If this will
happen or not is open, as we're not able to compile a release with icc
If we ever provide a release (or anything else) which is compiled with
icc, it will be provided _addidionally_ to a gcc compiled release.
I will be available to get hired in April 2004.
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