using a stage1 as a compiler for a later ghc?
isaacdupree at charter.net
Tue Feb 27 17:51:10 EST 2007
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I'm on a system with main ghc = 6.4.2.
I've built a ghc 6.6 stage1.
Is there any problem using that ghc-inplace as a compiler for GHC HEAD?
(which is done e.g. by ./configure
(which I want to do because, theoretically 6.6 should be faster here,
since it supports -fasm unlike the ubuntu-edgy-powerpc-ghc-6.4.2, and
also considering how my gcc likes to crash randomly a few times during
anything as extensive as compiling ghc...)
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