Hello everebody.

As you can see at http://gcc.gnu.org/gcc-3.4/index.html the GNU project
is preparing to release their next major release version of GCC. There
is a list of changes this release will implement. You can read it at
http://gcc.gnu.org/gcc-3.4/changes.html  My question is about the first
change that is declared in that list:

GNU Make is now required to build GCC

Does it mean that GNU Make will be a part of FreeBSD base distribution
or GCC will be patched so it can be build by the standard (IEEE Std
1003.1) make? As far as I know FreeBSD's make conforms to this
standard, almost.


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