Is tccboot the next step for LFS?

Jason Gurtz jason at tommyk.com
Mon Nov 8 10:49:41 PST 2004


On 11/4/2004 16:08, John Gay wrote:

> [...] it can 
> compile and run a typical Linux kernel in less than 15 seconds on a 2.4 GHz 
> Pentium 4. 

I wonder if they looked at the source of 8c, the complier of Plan9?
<http://lists.cse.psu.edu/archives/9fans/2002-February/015901.html>
<http://lists.cse.psu.edu/archives/9fans/2002-February/015970.html>
Of course, "discussion" was long winded, benchmarketing being what it is...

At one time it even looked like 8c could possibly end up in OpenBSD,
people hoped even as the default compiler.
<http://lists.cse.psu.edu/archives/9fans/2003-June/025185.html>

Alas, Theo and Todd took a dim view of the license  :(
<http://lists.cse.psu.edu/archives/9fans/2003-June/025160.html>
<http://lists.cse.psu.edu/archives/9fans/2003-June/025148.html>


~Jason

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