barner at in.tum.de
Thu Sep 2 14:38:49 PDT 2004
Lars Erik Gullerud wrote:
> On Thu, 2 Sep 2004, Simon Barner wrote:
> > Probably that your ports collection is out of date...? In the current
> > ports tree, there is lang/python (2.3, default), and lang/python2.2,
> > lang/python2.1.
> > Updating the tree might also fix your gcc problem (you could install
> > lang/gcc33 then). Unfortunately, you cannot specify the gcc version like
> > the python version yet.
> Hm? What's wrong with specifying GCC version in the Makefile:
> USE_GCC= 3.3
> (or whatever version is your preferred poison)?
I thought of something like USE_GCC=3.2+
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