Charles Shannon Hendrix
shannon at widomaker.com
Wed Jul 30 14:52:31 CDT 2003
On Wed, Jul 30, 2003 at 12:02:35PM +0300, Meelis Roos wrote:
> > gcc-2.7.2 is pretty awful on anything but i386, and very bad for C++. Most
> > distributions of gcc seem to be this version. Seems OK for C code on i386.
> Agreed, but it is a fast compiler compared to 2.95 and a lightning fast
> compiler comared to gcc 3.2/3.3.
If you worry about compiler speed, you can use something like lcc until
you are ready for final builds and testing.
I used to use it for quick builds on a rather slow system.
Lately I've not been able to make it build, though I didn't try really
> One thing to note is that 3.x is quite picky about C++ standard
> compliance. Lots of code that compiled and ran fine with 2.95.* or
> non-gcc compilers gives lots of errors and warnings with gcc 3 and
> usually gcc is right and the source code is wrong.
Yep. The same thing happens when people start pushing their code out to
multiple platforms and compilers. A lot of the problems they have isn't
the other systems, their code just has assumptions and errors that need
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