randy at linuxfromscratch.org
Tue Mar 28 20:47:23 PST 2006
Dan Nicholson wrote these words on 03/28/06 22:16 CST:
> This was brought up a while back. The patch name needs to be changed
> to indicate gcc4.
I'll just have to disagree with your thinking.
The book says it is a required patch. The patch has been required
since that version of GCC. Nothing has changed, why does the patch
name need to change?
Please, Dan, explain why "Required patch:" in the instructions
doesn't mean that it is a required patch. If you can logically
explain this, then we'll have something to go on, otherwise, it is
just catering to folks that don't/won't/can't interpret the book.
It simply isn't that hard to determine what "required patch" means.
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