On Tuesday 30 April 2002 20:33, Frank Schaefer wrote:
> I plan to build a linux box for kernel development (only). Which
> compiler would you suggest me to use?
> As of today I'm using gcc-2.95.3 on all my production machines. Is this
> still the preferred compiler for kernel work, or should I change to
I use 2.95.2 for the test machine and gcc-3.1 from cvs on the other. There's
gcc-3.1 gives a bit more warning. (I use 3.1 at home also)
but don't try to use gcc 3.2 because the kernel won't compile in some cases.
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