cgp? (was: GP ;-)
nsantos at sexmagnet.com
Mon May 31 03:29:14 CEST 2004
On 15:34 30/05/04, Frank Heckenbach wrote:
> output etc.). If we teach "GP" to pass `-lm -lgpc', we could get rid
> of the separate gpc executable and call "GP" gpc. But I'm not sure
> if everybody would be comfortable with such a change ...
Here's my take on this issue:
When GPC is merged into GCC--where `soon' is barely soon enough (and I
think I speak for the majority)--and when, as you have already
speculated in your previous post, the gpc executable becomes
unnecessary, then people will have to deal with it, whether they'd
like to or not.
Soo... I guess what I'm trying to say here is, when the Merge
happens, renaming GP's executable into `gpc' won't be a problem.
Political Dissident Neil Santos
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