Why two GCCs in FC1??

Bill Nottingham notting at redhat.com
Thu Nov 6 23:11:14 UTC 2003

Gregory Gulik (greg at gulik.org) said: 
> I understand that but that doesn't answer the question of why there are 
> two versions of GCC necessary.
> Why not just ship with one for everything?
> Is there something wrong with 3.3.2 where it can't compile the kernel? 

No, there's something wrong with the kernel that it can't be compiled
with 3.3.2.  The kernel is very sensitive to compiler changes, even
when it's the kernel itself that is at fault.


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