Peter Wemm <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> 2: We need to get a *basic* compiler up and running first. Give David
> a break, ok? There are far bigger problems to deal with first before
> futzing around on obscure languages that we have no critical need for
> in the base system. We ***NEED*** the ability to compile basic C code
> for the sparc64, ia64 and x86-64 platforms. Until that is dealt with,
> the rest is a luxury.
Yes, absolutely. Every minute David spends replying to these idiotic
suggestions wastes valuable project time. How many FreeBSD users need
to compile Java to machine code? 2, 3, 4 people? How hard is it to
use `pkg_add -r' and rearrange your PATH to make a stock GCC work?
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