"Michael Lotz" <mmlr@xxxxxxxx> wrote: > This approach will by the way probably not work for drivers as you > cannot just use two kernels side by side. But I don't think it's a > big > issue to keep them either all GCC4 or all GCC2. If they use C++ at > all, > they will use it only very limited and they should stay compatible > with > GCC2 more easily than big applications. The kernel only uses C interfaces, and drivers using C++ should link against libgcc.a directly. So the kernel would only eventually suffer from differences in alignment and padding in structures. Bye, Axel.