Compiling FreeBSD 4.10 kernel with gcc native and gcc-3.4.3
michaelnottebrock at gmx.net
Sat Jan 1 07:33:30 PST 2005
On Saturday, 1. January 2005 12:22, dkouroun at cc.uoi.gr wrote:
> 2:) Why FreBSD 4.10 is using such an old compiler?
Because it is a stable branch, and upgrading the compiler would break binary
compatibility all over the place.
> 3:) Has anybody tested FreeBSD 4.10 with gcc-3.4.X?
Compiling FreeBSD 4.x kernels and userland with gcc 3.x is unsupported. If you
want to do it, you're on your own.
P.S.: Please tone down the crossposting.
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