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Re: g++ and gcc behave differently



  In message <199808151450.HAA28720@dm.cobaltmicro.com>you write:
  > 
  > When given just the '-v' option they act not the same:
  > 
  > ? ./g++ -B./ -v
  > Reading specs from ./specs
  > gcc version egcs-2.92.00 19980815 (gcc2 ss-980609 experimental)
  > g++: No input files
  > ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
  > 
  > ? ./xgcc -B./ -v
  > Reading specs from ./specs
  > gcc version egcs-2.92.00 19980815 (gcc2 ss-980609 experimental)
Yes.  Feel free to fix it.  Though I don't know which one we want
to be the default.  Actually one could argue that the way g77 -v
works ought to be the default

jeff


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