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Description of problem:
Will you be providing objective-C support in gcc34? Currently there
is no gcc34-objc rpm.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
[gavin@marquez tmp]$ gcc34 -ggdb -o forwardtest forwardtest.m -lobjc
Actual Results: gcc34: installation problem, cannot exec `cc1obj': No
such file or directory
Expected Results: Program would compile. ;-)
No, gcc34 packages are there mainly just for the Java stuff and the
amount of frontends is limited on purpose.
As soon as gcc 3.4 becomes the primary compiler, it will obviously
include objc, f77 and ada.