Interesting thing

David Korn dkorn@pixelpower.com
Wed Jun 20 09:40:00 GMT 2001


>-----Original Message-----
>From: Alexandre Oliva [ mailto:aoliva@redhat.com ]
>Sent: 19 June 2001 07:38

>
>>   D'oh!!  The famously b0rken RH7 version of 2.96, by any 
>chance?  Have
>> you ever seen http://gcc.gnu.org/gcc-2.96.html ?
>
>Have you ever seen http://bero.org/gcc296.html :-)

  I have now!  I was aware that they've been working on it since the
initial release and that they've fixed the bugs that I guess were what gave
it such a bad reputation in the first place, but as Tony has discovered,
they haven't all been fixed yet, and that one really is a pretty fatal
flaw for anyone who needs to write metal-bashing code.

  From bero's page:

    "gcc 2.96 generates better, more optimized code. "

Heh.  Not for volatile variables, it doesn't!


      DaveK
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