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London Calling: Is GCC on the wane?

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re: London Calling: Is GCC on the wane?
jeffreyrdiamond   5/14/2013 3:59:41 PM
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As a side note, yes, LLVM is not as mature as gcc yet - it only recently supported all of C++. But it was clear that something had to be done - if not a replacement for gcc, then a complete rewrite of gcc to make it light weight again.

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