GCC 4.0.0

April 21st, 2005 by Crusader

If you’re a developer who lives on the bleeding edge, you may be interested in checking out the new milestone release of the GNU Compiler Collection, the handy suite of compilers released by the GNU Project. I want to stress that you should not use this initial 4.0 release on a production system, as compiler issues can be a swift path to hosing your install.

There’s a change summary with bullet points for the various compilers. After perusing the docs and digesting the warnings, if you’re still ready to tear into the new release, here’s the source package:

GCC 4.0.0 Download: [ ]

4 Responses to “GCC 4.0.0”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    I Hope you know about that warnning. glibc-2.3.5 is not ment to be used with gcc-4.0.0

  2. Anonymous Says:

    I love it! I’m still playing with GCC- myself and can’t go beyond the last level where RMS rears his mug and you gotta throw cold turkey at ‘im. Burrr, it’s cold on this pole; some on slashdot always say Linux island sucks, but if you think its bad then you wait and see how hot the women realy are on Venus! w00t! A++++ will do business with again!!!!1!!one! great seller!

  3. jvm Says:

    Games are much faster now, with the help of twm-gl.

  4. Anonymous Says:

    jvm sounds like he’s trolling to me.

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