Rennie Allen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
GCC 3.2 is released. Anyone from QSSL willing to comment on when the
transtion from the 2.x gcc to 3.x series will be made (the C++ support
is much better in the 3.x series, which is why I ask). Up to this point
I have been in agreement with holding off; but with the 3rd release of
the 3.x series, I’m thinking it’s about time to make the leap.
Mmmmmmmm, nice, stable C++ ABI.
I can’t comment on a schedule, but we are following the 3.x compiler,
and keeping it (and the issues it raises) in mind.
Subject: GCC 3.2 Released
The GCC 3.2 release is now available, or making its way to,
the GNU FTP sites:
The purpose of this release is to provide a stable platform for
OS distributors to use building their next OS releases. A
primary objective was to stabilize the C++ ABI; we believe that
the interface to the compiler and the C++ standard library are
There are almost no other bug-fixes or improvements in this
compiler, relative to GCC 3.1.1. Be aware that C++ code compiled
by GCC 3.2 will not interoperate with code compiled by GCC 3.1.1.
More detail about the release is available here:
Many people contributed to this release – too many to name here!
Your Release Manager,