sorry for not replying earlier I have been busy at work.
On 7/14/06, Ronald Oussoren <email@example.com> wrote:
On Jul 14, 2006, at 3:35 PM, Jorge Vargas wrote:
> On 7/11/06, Ronald Oussoren < firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Jul 11, 2006, at 5:17 PM, Jorge Vargas wrote:
> > noone cares about this? it's a bug so simple to fix....
> There's loads of bugs and patches in the python tracker, and only a
> limited amount of time that people work on python. The patch you
> mentioned also sounds like a fix for a very limited audience, which
> could explain why nobody has seriously looked at it yet.
> the patch is more then a year old and is so simple yet so usefull
> it will take less then 10 min for someone that has commit access
I haven't looked at the actual patch yet, just read its description.
Given its description this patch is not something I would have
reviewed because it seems to be for a very limited audience and is
not something I can test without additional work ( e.g. installing
> Are there systems other then gentoo that don't use gcc and g++ but
> some seemingly cross-compiling setup?
> the patch is directed to the unixcompiler so why cross-compile?
Your example mentions a gcc that is named i686-pc-linux-gnu-gcc,
which looks like a cross-compiling setup to me, a conventional gcc
setup just has 'gcc' as the name of the compiler. Which systems
install gcc as i686-pc-linux-gnu-gcc?