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Re: gnustep on redhat 7.0

From: Stephen G. Walizer
Subject: Re: gnustep on redhat 7.0
Date: Fri, 6 Oct 2000 23:15:10 -0400

I'd suggest not bothering with the gcc maintainers... they are apparently
a little miffed at the RedHat use of a non-release version of the compiler
and will not support it... the full statement is here:


on a related note, turns out there is an obj-c module for egcs-compat,
it's on disk 2 of the 7.0 install... unfortunately it links against the old
compat glibc, so when compiling the current gnustep core (CVS) it
appears to die when it attempts to resolve symbols in Xlib, which is not
compatible with the old glibc... 

What a mess... I'm about  ready to stick with RedHat 6.2 on my main box,
keep using pgcc 2.95.3, and upgrade X to 4.0 on my own... 

On Fri, 06 Oct 2000, Georg Huettenegger wrote:
> hi,
> i have now created a bug report with bugzilla.redhat.com and i hope to
> hear from redhat next week what they think about. if i do not get a
> response i will try gnu.org/software/gcc/bugs.html directly (but redhat
> itself and not the gcc maintainers are committed to support the gcc-2.96
> snapshot in rh 7.0 - but of course since redhat bought cygnus it is a
> little difficult to differentiate).

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