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From: r...@WHEATIES.AI.MIT.EDU (Richard Stallman)
Newsgroups: gnu.gcc
Subject: GCC 1.34 available.
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Date: 24 Feb 89 16:44:43 GMT
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GCC 1.34 is now available on in /u/emacs/gcc.tar-1.34.Z.
Compressed diffs from 1.33 in gcc.diff-1.33-1.34.Z are 200k.

The emphasis in this version is reliability, but there are two new
features: support for caller-saves architectures and support for
PCC-compatible structure returning.  Look for -fcaller-saves and
-fpcc-struct-return in gcc.texinfo.  With -fpcc-struct-return I
hope it is possible to compile all of the X server without having
to make exceptions for the files that invoke dbm.

This version is the first to use our new, universal GNU General Public
License.  See the file COPYING for more details.  There is no
substantial change in the actual terms for redistribution, but a few
issues which seem to be frequently misunderstood have been clarified.

The next release will come out in 5 to 6 weeks, and will be likely to
support the MIPS, the 88k.  370 support may come then or in the
following version. I have essentially given up on the 370 port done
last fall at Amdahl (it seems that Amdahl management is foolishly
stubborn) but a new port seems to be shaping up.

Work is actively being done on generalized delay-slot filling.

			  SCO's Case Against IBM

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Linux user, talks about the benefits of code availability and the merits 
of the SCO vs IBM lawsuit. See SCO vs IBM.

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