[Scribus] Re: Can anybody explain KDE/qt3 situation?
Wed Oct 19 14:50:08 CEST 2005
On 10/18/05, Martin Costabel <costabel at wanadoo.fr> wrote:
> Craig Ringer wrote:
> > Be really, really glad for a shared libc and common compiler on Linux.
> Except that C++ from gcc-3.1, gcc-3.3, gcc-4.0 are binary incompatible.
> You can even, by using the -fabi option, produce binary incompatible
> code from one and the same gcc compiler...
But I think C++ developers should be happy if C++ compiler is becoming
more standards compliant. Further, if the binary incompatible code
generated by the newer gcc versions is faster then one can
optimistically hope that overtime much C++ code will get converted to
reflect the C++ ISO standard and recompiled to deliver faster
high-performance software. I guess this ABI stuff is a temporary
make-shift for those apps that have been compiled with the newer gcc
versions and have to maintain compatibility with software components
compiled with the earlier gcc versions.
My earlier question: Does anyone know about the company that embarked
on an effort to completely revamp the gcc so that subsequently
re-compiled Linux & related software runs _much_ faster? I did
bookmark the page but somehow I have lost it & can't find it now. I
would be thankful if you guys could give me related links.
Sorry for another off-topic post.
Thanks and regards,
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