hi, there!

On Wed, Feb 06, 2002 at 05:47:07PM -0800, Joe Kelsey wrote:

> So what?  Just because it wasn't part of 4.2 BSD, does that mean that we
> should never support it?
>  > 2.  What is so hard with installing the port.  No one has answered *THAT*
>  >     question yet.
> Ports are installed in /usr/local.  gcc is installed in /usr.  Either
> provide a way to install *all* of gcc as part of the system, or provide
> a *suppported* way to *replace* it with a port.  I do not want to have
> two versions of gcc fighting for disk space and confusing users over
> PATH issues.

please calm down. seems that you have never installed gcc from ports.

gcc 2.95 from ports is installed as gcc295/g++295
and correctly gets its bits from /usr/local/lib/gcc-lib/xxx,
gcc 3.0x from ports is named gcc30/g++30 and so on.
There is no PATH issue. Switching between compilers is as easy as
setting correct CC/CXX environment/Makefile variables.

argument about disk space sounds a bit funny these days.


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