GCC 3.3.1

Címkék

Mark Mitchell bejelentette a GCC 3.3.1-et. A kiadásban a készítők szerint "nagyon sok hibajavítás található a GCC 3.3-hoz képest". A hibajavítások teljes és hosszú listáját megtalálod itt. Mark Mitchell szerint a GCC következő kiadása a GCC 3.3.2 lesz, amely szintén bugfix kiadásként jelenik majd meg.

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From: Mark Mitchell

To: gcc-announce

Subject: GCC 3.3.1 Released

Date: Fri, 8 Aug 2003 11:00:12 -0700

The GCC 3.3.1 release is now available from the sites listed at:

http://www.gnu.org/order/ftp.html

This release contains a very large number of bug-fixes relative to GCC 3.3.

Scroll to the bottom of:

http://gcc.gnu.org/gcc-3.3/changes.html

for a complete list of bugs fixed.

The next release of GCC will be GCC 3.3.2, which will be a bug-fix release.

As always, there are far too many people involved in the development and testing of GCC to name them all, but I would like to recognize a few people whose efforts made it notably easier for me to manage this release:

In alphabetical order:

- Joe Buck, for producing our release notes.

- Wolfgang Bangerth and Andrew Pinski for classifying and triaging lots of bugs.

- Janis Johnson for tracking down the causes of numerous regressions.

I've also been asked to mention Paolo Carlini's

--

Mark Mitchell

CodeSourcery, LLC

Hozzászólások

UHU-ban már szopunk vele rendesen, úgy fest hogy nem komálja a linux/byteorder/swab.h fájl szintaxisát, pedig a 3.3-nak semmi baja nem volt vele. Valahogy nem igazán sikerült feature-ök terén kompatibilisnek maradniuk a 3.3-mal.

A tarballban megjelent egy README.SCO fájl, beidézem mert nem túl hosszú, de szerintem érdekes.

As all users of GCC will know, SCO has recently made claims concerning

alleged copyright infringement by recent versions of the operating

system kernel called Linux. SCO has made irresponsible public

statements about this supposed copyright infringement without

releasing any evidence of the infringement, and has demanded that

users of Linux, the kernel most often used with the GNU system, pay

for a license. This license is incompatible with the GPL, and in the

opinion of the Free Software Foundation such a demand unquestionably

violates the GNU General Public License under which the kernel is

distributed.

We have been urged to drop support for SCO Unix from this release of

GCC, as a protest against this irresponsible aggression against free

software and GNU/Linux. However, the direct effect of this action

would fall on users of GCC rather than on SCO. For the moment, we

have decided not to take that action. The Free Software Foundation's

overriding goal is to protect the freedom of the free software

community, including developers and users, but we also want to serve

users. Protecting the community from an attack sometimes requires

steps that will inconvenience some in the community. Such a step is

not yet necessary, in our view, but we cannot indefinitely continue to

ignore the aggression against our community taken by a party that has

long profited from the commercial distribution of our programs. We

urge users of SCO Unix to make clear to SCO their disapproval of the

company's aggression against the free software community. We will

have a further announcement concerning continuing support of SCO Unix

by GCC before our next release.