On Fri, Aug 09, 2002 at 09:26:32PM +0200, Marc Recht wrote:
> > IMO going to 3.3 would be much better -- we can actually get our needs
> > better addressed as the compiler is still in development, but about to
> > head into code slush.  We cannot affect GCC 3.2.1 too much due to it
> > being on a release branch, and point release.
> But the GCC 3.3 release is targeted after 5.0-RELEASE (for Dec 15).

Yes.  But our 5.0-RELEASE is will non-polished; so I think having the
compiler in the same shape is OK if it means we can get bugs fixed and
our needs taken care of.

> is IMHO somewhat risky. gcc 3.2 is scheduled for early August, so there's
> time enough to import and test it. Maybe even for 3.2.1. And the C++
> ABI breakages/fixes will hapen with the 3.2 release...

Many IA-64, and AMD x86-64 bug fixes and improvements aren't merged back
to the 3.{1,2} branch.

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