> Is there any particular reason for using -current for that? The
> problem is that -current is in horrible state now (gcc 3.1, KSE-III
> and so on), so that I'd suggest to use -stable branch or -current
> sources just before gcc 3.1 import.
Well there are two things going on. My employer wants to use -CURRENT
and is willing to let me hack on it, and the other is that I volunteered to do
some of the multi-threading/locking work in the network stack. If I can
kill these two birds with one stone I can do work for the project while also
getting paid. Alas the paid part gets a higher priority :-)
When, exactly, was the 3.1 import?
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