Oliver Tappe <zooey@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > I agree wholeheartedly, and without having thought about it much, I > currently favor using gcc4 as main compiler and provide a backwards > compatibility hack. After all, the aim is to phase out gcc-2.95.3 > support > soon, right? After R1, indeed. With a future GCC 4 version of Haiku, we have the one time opportunity to cleanly break compatibility and extend the API for future extensions such as multi-user. And I don't really want to miss that for something that gains as little as a premature switch to GCC 4 would do. Bye, Axel.