--- Milan Kerslager <milan.kerslager(a)pslib.cz> wrote: > On Thu, Jul
31, 2003 at 09:43:57AM +0100, Mike Martin wrote:
> --- Elliot Lee <sopwith(a)redhat.com> wrote: > On Wed,
> Mike Martin wrote:
> > > This causes problems with packages that dont compile with 3.3
> > Those packages need to be fixed.
> yes - I know these packages should be fixed.
> BUT - it does put the user trying to compile software in a
> frustrating position especially when it relates to fairly
> packages like gstreamer.
The distribution has gcc32 package so you are free to use older
(that possibly works).
you missed what I said about c++ code being referenced - for pure c
code gcc32 works
Anyway - the maintainer of gstreamer shoud fix his package and this
the only way to force him to do it.
its not only gstreamer
We need better compiler all the time. We need to be able to use it
Enterprise environment (like glibc with NTPL etc). This is not
to use 5 years old compiler with bilions of documented bugs and
workarounds included to our source code.
not talking about 5 years old compiler - I am referring to a previous
previously, when RH has included a new compiler, compat packages have
been included for previous version
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