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Luis Medinas <firstname.lastname@example.org> skribis:
> On Fri, 2005-12-23 at 14:09 -0600, Barry.SCHWARTZ@...
> > You know, if this were my situation, I'd probably try installing gcc4
> > in /usr/local, following the instructions that come with gcc. I think
> > that is the least likely way to cause grief in my work. I would test
> > my software with that compiler, but without having to worry about how
> > it fits into my OS.
> No need for that, gcc is sloted so if you install gcc-4 you can continue
> to do everything with your previous gcc. I already rebuilded my machine
> with gcc-4 without any issues so far (most of the package maintainers
> alredy patched the code that contains problems with it).
I know, in fact I have an old gcc4 beta installed that way, but I
think the way I say is what I would do if I had the specific need that
was described. Or I might install gcc4 in my own /home/myname
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