GCC 4.1 configure help

Stanislav Sedov ssedov at mbsd.msk.ru
Sat Sep 16 12:55:35 PDT 2006

On Sat, 16 Sep 2006 11:28:41 -0400
Alexander Kabaev <kabaev at gmail.com> mentioned:
>    What is the point of this message? I asked for help and unless you
> have a file I asked for, please spare me the lecture on how to do
> compiler updates. I did it several times and full package runs on
> multiple architectures were mandatory with all of them, as Kris can
> attest.
> Every compiler update breaks some ports, due to new bugs or more often
> due to even more anal code correctness checks implemented with every
> new major GCC release. Depending on their seriousness, GCC bugs are
> either getting fixed in upstream sources or worked around locally, but
> dealing with GCC strictness was always been something that port
> maintainers were supposed to do themselves.
> 3.4.4 - 3.4.6 update broke ports that had the code GCC no longer accepts
> as valid C++.

Sorry, I didn't want to offend anybody...

Just to know when the update is planned.


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