From: Beman Dawes (bdawes_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-03-21 17:48:42
"Marshall Clow" <marshall_at_[hidden]> wrote in message
>[ cross-posted to the -testing list, where I think this belongs ]
> Just another data point:
> Apple ships several versions of GCC. For current shipping systems,
> they ship v3.3. For the next version of Mac OS (10.4, also known as
> Tiger), they
> will ship 3.4 and 4.0.
> Which one(s) should we be testing with? When should we change?
> People are testing releases of CodeWarrior for Mac OS X. Mostly v8 and v9.
> The latest
> version for each release is 8.3, and 9.4.
> Again, which version(s) should we test?
I'd say the highest priority is always the most recent shipping (that is,
non-beta) version of each compiler.
Older compilers, or betas of compilers which haven't been released yet, are
interesting, but not at the expense of the latest shipping compiler tests.
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