On Fri, Apr 06, 2001 at 09:06:49AM +0100 or thereabouts, Paul J Collins wrote:
> >>>>> "CD" == Conor Daly <conor.daly at oceanfree.net> writes:
>> CD> Interestingly, gcc.gnu.org says how 2.95.3 is the latest
> CD> stable release as of 16th March 2001 but there're rpms only up
> CD> to 2.95.2 on any of the mirrors (The 2.95.3 directories exist
> CD> allright but are empty). Surely it doesn't take that long for
> CD> rpms to become available does it?
>> I presume they're donbe on a volunteer basis, since GNU is more a
> source provider than a binary provider. 2.95.3 has been in Debian
> unstable for a while now. Anyway, building gcc from source is easy.
I see them now on rpmfind.net for Polish(ed) Linux Distribution
(www.pld.org.pl), whatever that is, dated 19th March but listed as
gcc-2.95.3-27.i686.rpm Any easy way to tell if that's the actual "release"
version or what and if it will work for an RH system?
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