arpi at thot.banki.hu
Wed Oct 24 00:37:50 CEST 2001
> Draky Void <draky at iate.obninsk.ru> wrote:
> > I think it would be better to set a filter on mailman to avoid stupid
> > messages with gcc2.96 in body. Or just to keep ignoring these messages. If
> > ppl who ask such questions can't read "DO NOT SEND BUGREPORTS OR COMPLAIN,
> > it's *YOUR* fault!", they surely won't be able to read answers on their
> > questions.
> Even better, why not just automatically turn off asm assembly if
> gcc-2.96 if found? Don't tell the user and don't force him to play any
> games. I think that would remove these bugreports. Of course, for those
> few people reading the docs it could be said there that asm
> optimizations has been turned off automatically if you've used gcc-2.96
> and that you are therefore suggested to get 2.95.x to see the full
> potential of mplayer.
> Fair enough?
i think rm -rf / would be better if gcc 2.96 detected.
(maybe rm -rf . is enough)
A'rpi / Astral & ESP-team
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