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Date: Thu, 8 Sep 2011 15:26:56 +0400
From: Vasiliy Kulikov <>
Subject: gcc 4.6.1


I've reached approx. the point Georgi has stopped.  I have packaged the
basic gcc (c and c++) and the dependencies (mpfr, mpc, gpm).  I haven't
ported Fedora/ALT patches yet.  Now I'll try to fix build failures (the
same as Georgi posted) - they look like more strict use without (or
wrong) declaration rules and similar.  I'll try to patch the packages
without breaking gcc 3.4.5 compilation ability.  However, it seems glibc
has some major problems, will investigate further.

Btw, there are numerous "var may be used uninitialized", "wrong format
string", "unused variable" and even "operation on var is undefined".
I'll fix them as far as I work on the specific package.



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