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Re: Next Release
C++ compiler in the ws- versions. I know it breaks your filesystem
size limit, but C++ is needed for a wide variety of applications after
On Feb 26, 12:53 pm, djerome <[email protected]> wrote:
> I am working on the next release. Really, I am. I have been for
> several weeks. I have re-organized the build system mostly in terms of
> giving the platform configuration, and updated several packages. I've
> tried some newer GCC, GLIBC and Linux kernel, but found too many
> issues and went back to my starting point: gcc-4.4.6, glibc-2.13,
> Please respond to this post with something you would like to see. I've
> lost track of several requests; I will try to track down everything I
> can remember. But it would help if folks respond to this post and make
> a thread of feature requests. Be specific to platform, pc-i486, pc-
> i686, pc-x86_64, mac-g4, etc. and PLEASE be as specific as you can:
> give me a kernel module name or very specific capability. I am happy
> to add USB serial, ACPI things, etc. if I can fugure out what they
> actually are in terms of kernel configuration.
> Disclaimer: some requests may not be honoured.
> I do expect a release within a few weeks.