Subject: Re: [ecasound] compiler testing
From: Jeremy Hall (email@example.com)
Date: Mon Jul 16 2001 - 14:39:27 EEST
SuSE wants 2.95.2 (at least 7.1 does) so you might consider testing that.
Hey you seem pretty up on this multiple compilers thingie. Perhaps you'd
be willing to help me figure out why one of my machine segfaults on all
In the new year, Kai Vehmanen wrote:
> A few days ago Junichi sent me a patch for gcc3.0 support. One question
> left open was how this patch would affect compiling with older gcc
> versions. So I decided to test the whole gcc set. I downloaded and
> installed the following gcc versions (straight from gcc.gnu.org):
> - gcc 184.108.40.206
> - egcs 1.1.2 (alias gcc 2.91.66)
> - gcc 2.95.3
> - gcc 3.0
> 220.127.116.11 was the only one I couldn't get to work. But I guess we can drop
> support for these older versions now that 3.0 is released (18.104.22.168 was
> released 22.8.1997).
> I've just submitted the resulting changes to the CVS-tree.
> PS Although I now have multiple compilers installed on my devel
> machine, I will continue to use the default 2.91.66 (from Redhat
> 6.x rpms) as my primary compiler (= also used for building
> the distribution packeges).
> PPS I still need to test qtecasound, ecawave and ecamegapedal.
> To save time, I'll probably just test with gcc3.0...
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