Linking problems with gcc 3.4.2 and glibc on 5.3-stable
michaelnottebrock at gmx.net
Wed Jan 26 04:25:05 PST 2005
On Wednesday, 26. January 2005 13:03, Chris wrote:
> there is also a bug which prevents compiling of ezbounce and psybnc, I
> wonder how much testing went into the new gcc compiler or was it just
> bundled into the release, considering this is the reccommended release
> for production server's now this is a bad oversight, I think the gcc
> should be changed in the next patch level back to 3.3.6.
Not gonna happen (would break binary compat). If you think you have found bugs
in gcc, try to get them fixed upstream, preferably in the gcc-branch -STABLE
is currently using (i.e., right now 3.4). Updates of the base-gcc within the
same branch are possible if warranted.
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