GCC 2.4.3 i486 binaries uploaded to sunsite.unc.edu

GCC 2.4.3 i486 binaries uploaded to sunsite.unc.edu

Post by Joe Bu » Sun, 13 Jun 1993 07:05:39



Quote:>I compiled up gcc 2.4.3.1 sources with 486 options enabled and -O6.  I have
>tested it compiling itself (twice), the linux pl10 kernal and assorted X11
>apps.

Thanks for doing this, but I am puzzled at the continual use of -O6 in the
Linux community.  As anyone can determine by examining the source code of
gcc, there is no difference between -O2 and -O<any higher number>.

Is this just some form of superstition or what?

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1. GCC 2.4.3 i486 binaries uploaded to sunsite.unc.edu

Its 3am and I'm tired, so I'll make this short and to the point.

I compiled up gcc 2.4.3.1 sources with 486 options enabled and -O6.  I have
tested it compiling itself (twice), the linux pl10 kernal and assorted X11
apps.  The files are:

    gcc-486-2.4.3.1a.tar.gz
and
    gcc-486-2.4.3.1b.tar.gz

on sunsite.unc.edu, currently in the pub/Linux/Incoming directory.

This is the full binary distribution with c, c++ and object c.  Libc 4.3.3
or newer is needed as well as libg++ if c++ is desired.

Good luck and good night,

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