Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 3rd May 2012 21:26 UTC, submitted by PhilJ
OpenBSD Theo de Raadt has announced the release of OpenBSD 5.1. The OpenBSD 5.1 release page has a detailed list of all changes and improvements. As always, I would love for someone to write proper items about OpenBSD releases - it's outside my interests and cursory glances don't do it justice.
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RE[2]: Comment by marcp
by ebasconp on Thu 3rd May 2012 23:33 UTC in reply to "RE: Comment by marcp"
ebasconp
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2006-05-09

I just want having gcc 4.7 ported to it ;)

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RE[3]: Comment by marcp
by 0brad0 on Fri 4th May 2012 01:10 in reply to "RE[2]: Comment by marcp"
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2007-05-05

I just want having gcc 4.7 ported to it ;)


4.6 is available as a package.

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RE[4]: Comment by marcp
by ebasconp on Fri 4th May 2012 02:04 in reply to "RE[3]: Comment by marcp"
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2006-05-09

oh great! so I'll give it a try! thanks!

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RE[3]: Comment by marcp
by marcp on Fri 4th May 2012 07:25 in reply to "RE[2]: Comment by marcp"
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2007-11-23

Actually, OBSD devs are trying to get away from GCC all the way by implementing PCC

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RE[4]: Comment by marcp
by ebasconp on Fri 4th May 2012 12:14 in reply to "RE[3]: Comment by marcp"
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2006-05-09

yeap, but gcc (actually g++) is the compiler that implements the most of the c++11 features.

I would like to know if clang 3.0 is also available through their packages system.

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RE[4]: Comment by marcp
by 0brad0 on Fri 4th May 2012 18:43 in reply to "RE[3]: Comment by marcp"
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Actually, OBSD devs are trying to get away from GCC all the way by implementing PCC


Incorrect. PCC was never an adequate choice and won't be anytime soon.

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