32-bit Changes

Nick Burrett nick at dsvr.net
Tue Apr 15 03:13:16 PDT 2003

Peter Naulls wrote:
> In message <3E9BD604.9080208 at dsvr.net> you wrote:
>>>I'm also particularly interested in any regressions, which might
>>>indicate any missing fixes.  GCC 2.95.4 has done us good service, but
>>>it's getting long in the tooth in places, and it's time to move on.
>>>I will try and provide binaries for a 32-bit 3.3 GCC as soon as I'm
>>>able in the usual place, but without source (you should use CVS).
>>I think you'll have problems with the 3.3 C++ stuff because of the 
>>missing features of wchar from UnixLib.
> Understood.  I do have some code for this which will go in, but it's
> not a full complement.  I will disable parts of the build if need be
> (just the C++ libraries, I have in mine) - having a full C toolchain is
> still very much possible, and libfile/ar build without incident.

I've done half the job on a wchar implementation.  I'll see about 
creating a branch to commit the work I've done.

Nick Burrett
Network Engineer, Designer Servers Ltd.   http://www.dsvr.co.uk

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