Why Clang

Robison, Dave david.robison at fisglobal.com
Thu Jun 21 17:18:15 UTC 2012

On 06/21/2012 10:08, Wojciech Puchar wrote:
>> You seem to be unaware of what percentage of the development and
>> maintenance staff and the money to pay for them comes from those
>> commercial users. If FreeBSD cannot maintain the critical mass to
>> continue, it will not continue.
> but why it isn't clearly stated:
> "We put clang because sponsors wanted it."

Because there's no reason to do that. It's an asinine suggestion.

Clang is here to stay. Most of us are happy about that decision. GCC
will still be in the ports tree for those of you who prefer to run it.

Your questions have been answered repeatedly, ad nauseam, but apparently
you don't like and won't accept the answers so you ask the questions
again and again. You don't like Clang. You prefer GCC. We get it.

Dave Robison
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FIS Banking Solutions
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