[paludis-user] Does anyone still use gcc <4.4?

Robert T Childers trent-ch at cox.net
Sat Jul 24 19:33:41 UTC 2010

On Wednesday 21 July 2010 13:36:43 Robert T Childers wrote:
> On Wednesday 21 July 2010 11:57:42 Ciaran McCreesh wrote:
> > gcc 4.4 includes some rather useful parts of c++0x that will allow us
> > to remove rather a lot of icky boilerplate code. Does anyone still use
> > gcc 4.3, and if so, do you have a good reason for doing so?
> I am very conservative when it comes to updating system files. Especially
> GCC, since I have had problems in the past when I updated to soon.
> However, since gentoo has removed the keyword mask for x86 on 4.4.3, now
> is a good time as any to see how things go with an update. I just hope
> that they don't cause me some of the hardcoded link issues I have had in
> the past with GCC. Here is to hopeing that 4.4.3 works well.
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Well as I suspected had a small issue with paludis's install, that was fixed 
by running fix_libtool_files.sh. As usuall gentoo loves to hard code those 
paths to gcc.  Do you think that they will ever fix that problem? Oh well, 
hard coded paths fixed and all is back to being well with the world. By the 
way the failure was in the tests. Paludis itself finished the compile.

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