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From: bos...@OKEEFFE.BERKELEY.EDU (Keith Bostic)
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Subject: gcc for the tahoe
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Date: 2 Aug 88 17:13:00 GMT
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One of the things that we're investigating, as part of the next Berkeley
release, is the replacement of our current compiler with the GNU compiler,
gcc.  If anybody would be interested in participating in this effort,
either as an implementor or a debugger, please contact me by email at  Also, if anyone's organization would be
willing to help fund this work, we'd be very interested in hearing from


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