We should keep the compiler in the distribution the same as the compiler
in the RedHat 6.1 distribution. Having the same compiler as the standard
RedHat distribution greatly reduces the incompatibilities with the rest
of the world.
GCC 2.95.2 should go into KITS.
Dan Yocum wrote:
> I have heard reports of great code execution speedups using the latest gcc
> compilers, v2.95.1. Jimmy Juge reports a 2-3x speedup of his FORTRAN code.
> This is the egcs compilers wrapped back into the gcc tree. Should we consider
> putting it on FL 6.1.1?
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