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Re: A quick summary of gcc compilation speed from a political point of view
"Giovanni Bajo" <email@example.com> writes:
| Gabriel Dos Reis wrote:
| > Bugzilla is not all about it ;-) I just tried simple google to
| > see whether Marc did never actually report any bug about GCC and the
| > first link gives
| > http://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc/2003-11/msg01303.html
| > with a simple patch
| > http://gcc.gnu.org/ml/gcc/2003-11/msg01506.html
| > I did not go further looking other hits.
| > (I hope we won't end up classifying people based on their hits in
| > bugzilla).
| I didn't mean to classify anybody.
Yeah, but more and more people now seem to be swearing only by
bugzilla and the way you phrased your previous message could be
| It was just a way to note that we don't get
| enough compile-time regression bugreports, but we do get a lot of compile-time
| regression complaints. If the OpenBSD community now wants to switch to 3.3.x,
Marc and I have had a conversation in the last couple of months where I
have been talking him into moving forward to 3.3.x adoption. I suppose
his disappointment is partly my fault -- I did not anticipate that
"you can buy a new hardware for $400" or "your bugzilla hit is zero"
will welcome him :-/
And of course, I've also encouraged people to submit reports.