Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 12th Jan 2012 22:54 UTC
FreeBSD Some people already submitted this news last week, but it wasn't until today that it became official: the FreeBSD team has announced the release of FreeBSD version 9.0. As you may expect from the major version number change, this is releas eis packed with new stuff.
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0brad0
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2007-05-05

Answer this question for me.. are you a *BSD developer never mind one that actually works with the compiler/toolchain and helps to maintain it?

Edited 2012-01-13 03:47 UTC

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Valhalla Member since:
2006-01-24

Answer this question for me.. are you a *BSD developer never mind one that actually works with the compiler/toolchain and helps to maintain it?

Are you?

You are the one who claimed that it was not due to GPLv3 but compiler toolchain maintenance problems past 4.2.1 which prevented use of later GCC versions and yet you haven't been able to point out any such problem, and also given the fact that later GCC versions are available through ports and from what I understand are capable of building the BSD's then your statement holds no water.

Unless of course you can point me to anything which backs you up?

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brynet Member since:
2010-03-02

He is.

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