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Re: GCC vs. /bsd
> I've read in ml archive that OpenBSD can't be compiled setting -march and -mcpu because of a gcc bug.
> For example, compiling /bsd with -mcpu=pentiumpro could cause unexpected freeze.
> I would like to know if it's solved in -current.
No it's not.
> BTW do you think gcc 3.1 could solve ?
While personnaly I am very sceptical about this, this probably won't be
tested. Unless someone with too much spare time on his hands tries to
build a kernel with such options and gcc 3.1 and waits for it to
> When do you plan to move to gcc 3 ? 3.3 ?
When it will be time (i.e. gcc working reliably on all supported
architectures). Definitely not 3.2, and anyways don't hold your breath,
there are more important things to work on...