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Re: gcc-2.96-nn status

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Subject: Re: gcc-2.96-nn status
From: Nick (Gunnar) Bluth <bluth@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 21 Sep 2001 13:46:13 +0200
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Am Mittwoch, 19. September 2001 01:46 schrieb Russell Cattelan:

> > True, but I gather 3.0+ will pop up in a lot more distributions then just
> > redhat and mandrake.
> > 3.0 is a official release which means it is not distribution specific.
> > The reason that mandrake adopted is was more or less because a lot of
> > mandrake is still redhat based. (no flame intended)
> Given how far ahead of Redhat Mandrake is I doubt that is true anymore.
Well, about 50% of it is maintained by Bero (Red Hat Germany)....

BTW: 7.2 Final has gcc3 with it (but optional)


Nick (Gunnar) Bluth   Muenster/Germany   bluth@xxxxxxxxxxx RHCE/RHCX
In 1984 mainstream users were choosing VMS over UNIX.  Ten years later
they are choosing Windows over UNIX.  What part of that message aren't you
getting? - Tom Payne

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