Contributed by weerd on from the 32-more-bits dept.
Michael Dexter from BSD Fund writes in with an update on pcc developments:
Please report any bugs in the pcc bug database and be as precise as possible. Code samples are welcome.
We'd like to thank Jonathan Gray (jsg@) for finding many code-generation bugs that were revealed by the kernel and also the dozen donors who contributed a total of over $750 to this effort this month, bringing us less than $3,000 from our goal.
This is great news for software projects in general, as it is another step to try to diminish the GCC monoculture and for OpenBSD specifically as this marks the first architecture kernel that can be compiled with this compiler with hopefully many more to come.
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