GNUpro vs GCC
Thu Jul 12 09:34:00 GMT 2001
I wonder if anyone knows if GNUPro supports gcc 3 and libstdc++ v3 for arm
>Quality Quorum wrote:
>> > Currently one easily sees the Mitsubishi 'd10v' CPU-support being
>> > the gcc-3.0, while the fr30 and d30v support was added there from
>> > gcc-2.95.x. The now obsolete 'h8500' and 'z8k' CPUs were once
>> > GNUPro, but the support never visited in GCC...
>> It seems like a violation of GPL the way I understand it - everything
>> beyond better docs and suport should be published.
>No, this is permitted by the GPL. And it's not an accident that it is. Free
>software doesn't mean free as in free beer.
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