There is problem with several ports and gcc 3.2, which ports got the problem is maped 
and is put out on the web:, some has been 

On Sun, Sep 08, 2002 at 02:30:06PM -0400, Mikhail Teterin wrote:
> Is it just me, or do others have troubles too? I upgraded yesterday:
>       mi@celsius:~ (101) cc -v
>       Using built-in specs.
>       Configured with: FreeBSD/i386 system compiler
>       Thread model: posix
>       gcc version 3.2.1 [FreeBSD] 20020901 (prerelease)
> With ``-march=pentium2 -mmmx''
>       . there is a file or two in XFree86-4-Server, that cause an Internal Compiler
>       Error -- fixed with ``-march=pentium2 -mno-mmx'' (same trouble existed with
>       the previous version, AFAIR)
>       . one file in libiconv causes ICE -- the workaround above does not work. But
>       ``-march=pentium -mmmx'' works.
>       . in the kdelibs3, the kdecore/kkeyserver_x11.cpp will not compile regardless
>       of the architecture or optimization flags -- the ICE is in GCC's
>       cp/cp-lang.c:130, due, it seems, to the initialization complexity. Can't
>       think of a workaround :-\
> Yours,
>       -mi
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