gcc 3.3.1 code freeze July 11

Dan Kegel dkegel@ixiacom.com
Wed Jun 11 21:33:00 GMT 2003

Mark Mitchell wrote:
> We will target GCC 3.3.1 for Friday, July 18th.  That means that we
> will freeze the GCC 3.3.1 code base on Friday, July 11th.  There are
> relatively few open high-priority bugs for GCC 3.3.1, so I expect this
> release to go relatively smoothly.
> Stage 1 for GCC 3.4 will come to an end on Friday, July 4th.  It has
> already gone on for quite some time, but it's important that we give
> enough notice for people to get their last projects completed. 

If your target has trouble building with gcc-3.3, please try to
make sure the gcc team has a fix in place for your problem before
July 11th...

I wonder if they'll get around to fixing http://gcc.gnu.org/PR9552
by then?  That's what's currently keeping my script from building
an x86->s390 or x86->x86_64 compiler :-)

- Dan

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