[rescue] [geeks] Solaris being discontinued? Rumors flying
andrew at jones.ec
Sun Dec 4 21:49:13 CST 2016
On 12/04/2016 06:15 PM, Phil Stracchino wrote:
> Red Hat baffles me at times. They continue to deploy dinosaur-era
> releases of util-linux, MySQL, I'm sure folks can name other packages
> ... and then they push out bleeding-edge unproven garbage like systemd,
> or ship an engineering-prototype gcc snapshot as an official system
> compiler after being SPECIFICALLY TOLD that it is not releasable yet.
> (Yeah, did you ever wonder why the original Red Hat 7, as distinct from
> RHEL7, had *two* compilers, gcc and kgcc? THAT'S WHY. The engineering
> snapshot they shipped as the system gcc couldn't compile a Linux kernel
Redhat employs the bulk of the systemd team, so it's their own product
that they're releasing.
Same with the GCC snapshot. Redhat bought Cygnus, so they had a
non-trivial subset of gcc and egcs developers in-house.
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