Linux: What Version Of GCC?

Posted by dave on Nov 5, 2004 7:10 AM EDT
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The question was recently raised on the lkml why such a wide range of GCC versions were being actively supported by the Linux kernel. One reason offered was, "because the new compilers are a lot slower", an argument that left some perplexed. "Why is this an issue when compiling a kernel? How often do you compile your kernel?"

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