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now, some issues that are OBSD front and center
- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: now, some issues that are OBSD front and center
- From: "Julesg" <julesg_(_at_)_shilohyrc_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Tue, 27 Dec 2005 20:06:11 -0600
So I spent yesterday putting up a nice OpenBSD box; Lot's of space, very fast -- and first thing today I discovered that EGCS does not equal GCC.
I'd like to know what's involved in removing EGCS and installing GCC?
And if you aren't a compiler person, my guess is that this not a trivial thing to do; And this has nothing to do with what I like, or even which is better; I have lot's of code that simply bombs! Even using "-g" I can't say "br main" in gdb. It bombs BEFORE execution -- though it works fine on gcc on FreeBSD.
So I already know the problem, it's memory -- I come pretty close to the limit's of the environment.
So, has anyone swapped compilers re OpenBSD?