Linked by Eugenia Loli on Mon 13th Mar 2006 21:22 UTC
General Development Mark Mitchell announced the availability of GCC 4.0.3. He explains, "this release is a bug-fix release for problems in GCC 4.0.2. GCC 4.0.3 contains changes to correct regressions from previous releases, but no new features." GCC 4.0.2 was released nearly 6 months ago in September of 2005. GCC 4.1.0 was released in early March of 2006.
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RE: Opinion
by shadow303 on Tue 14th Mar 2006 16:42 UTC in reply to "Opinion"
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I am also a developer, and I have the opposite opinion that you do. For simple user apps, performance probably doesn't matter, but when you have an application where performance matters, it *really* matters. The compilation time might need some improvement, but it isn't that bad. If your compile times really bother you that much, maybe you need to a) check that your makefiles/buildscripts don't recompile the whole world when you change one file b) get a faster development machine or c) look into something like distcc
The amount of time I spend waiting on compiles is trivial compared to the amount of time I have to wait for a test run of my code to complete.

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