[haiku] Re: gcc4 hibryd

  • From: Skar Cat <skarmiglione.sk4r@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: haiku@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 25 Feb 2009 14:09:53 -0500

so much thanks, for me is more cleared now.

2009/2/25 Stephan Assmus <superstippi@xxxxxx>

> Skar Cat <skarmiglione.sk4r@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > oh, then this option can be enable now, on the actual revisions?. is
> > recomendly?  the question is ...because maybe can be very more unstable
> > than the normal version(i dont know yet but when i have time, i ll test
> > it). have today we ports or native programs who need gcc 4 compile? total
> > we know haiku is for developers, for now but every data what can you give
> > me is very interesting.
> On one of my systems, I have a GCC4 based installation with GCC2
> compatibility libs. I can tell you that there are definitely issues: Any
> apps that use the Translation kit cannot load any images. VLC has no sound
> output. There may be more stuff. The system itself runs just as stable as
> my GCC2 based Haiku installations. In terms of speed, I have neither
> noticed nor could I measure any difference. I had one particular project,
> where I suspected a GCC4 build would improve speed, but it didn't. The most
> important benefit seems to be for developers when they need to work with
> code bases that need GCC4.
> Best regards,
> -Stephan

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