Why two GCCs in FC1??

Gregory Gulik greg at gulik.org
Thu Nov 6 22:51:15 UTC 2003

I understand that but that doesn't answer the question of why there are 
two versions of GCC necessary.

Why not just ship with one for everything?

Is there something wrong with 3.3.2 where it can't compile the kernel? 
If so, why include it at all?

Bill Nottingham wrote:
> gcc-3.2.3 is for building the kernel.
> Bill
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