[kde-solaris] Re: Solaris 8 native 32-bit port
Mon Jan 20 18:00:00 2003
I'm talking about gcc-2.95. I won't even bother with gcc-3.2 -- it is
too buggy, and it is not very useful to use that compiler on
UltraSPARC. gcc-3.2 also generates bloated object files, even
compared to 2.95.
I would like to merge my code changes into the main tree. However,
this port has been very difficult. I have fixed a lot of bugs (most
noticeably in arts -- for example the permissioning/ownership in
/tmp/mcop-<username>/*. However, this will take some time. to do.
For now, i can burn you a CD and mail it to you with these three ports
-- this is no trouble for me. I will need a little time to organize
this code base so it can be merged into the main tree.
Just let me know -- feel free.
On Monday 20 January 2003 11:47, Steve Evans wrote:
> On Mon, 20 Jan 2003, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > Hi!
> > I have finished porting arts-1.1, kdelibs-3.1 and kdebase-3.1 to
> > Solaris 8 32-bit with the Sun Forte 7 (native) C++ compiler. The
> > performance improvement is very noticeable (about 30% faster than
> > GCC). I am planning on porting the entire KDE 3.1 release to
> > Solaris 32 and 64 bit with the Sun Forte compiler.
> Is that performance difference against gcc 2.95 or 3.2? 3.2 is
> supposed to be faster than 2.95, and I was planning to upgrade to
> it when I build KDE 3.1
> > If anyone is insterested, please let me know. :-)
> I am, but I would need the source changes, as I am on Solaris 2.6.
> Even better would be getting the changes merged into the main
Stefan Teleman 'Nobody Expects the Spanish Inquisition'
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