gcc 4.x for DragonFlyBSD
erik-wikstrom at telia.com
Thu May 3 09:48:24 PDT 2007
On 2007-05-03 17:42, arnuld wrote:
On 5/3/07, Jason Watson <jwatson at slashopt.net> wrote:
HEAD is the CVS concept of the "tip" of the development branch... i.e. where
new development gets committed.
it means HEAD posted here *everyday* as an CDROM ISO image:
the bleeding edge, latest and *just* created ISO, right ?
Yes, though normally if you are following HEAD you don't go about
downloading ISOs, instead you keep a copy of the tree on your disk and
update it using cvsup or rsync or something like that.
You, however, should probably not use head unless there's something
there which is not available in the latest release or you want to help
testing new features as they are developed. You should probably go with
the latest release which currently is 1.8.1, and you can get an ISO from
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