On Sun, Sep 01, 2002 at 02:34:12PM -0700, Matthew Jacob wrote:
> So, what is it about gcc 3.2 that's so important, considering that we
> wanted to do a real 5.0 release within 2 months?

This is really 3.1.1 -- so it is a minor point release.  3.2 fixes a bug
that changes the API so it couldn't be fixed in 3.1.1.  Otherwise they
are the same compilers.

That said, we don't want to be stuck with a stale compiler for all of
5.x.  I highly recomend we use 3.3 in our 5.0-R.

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