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I posted this to Community Support list and didn't get a reply. Also search Fedora Bugzilla for gcc 4.5 to see there was an answer there. So, with apologies for having to use the bug base for a query (though it might be a "sug"), I am asking it here:
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While dealing with some compiling issues, I noticed that the current gcc on F14 is 4.5.1 and that gcc.gnu.org says that the latest is 4.5.3 ... and it appears they've gone off into 4.6.x.
I would like to know if Fedora plans to migrate F14 to 4.5.3 or stay at 4.5.1.
I don't have any issue with 4.5.1, just trying to get information about where F14 will end up
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I am checking current version on i686 and x86-64 F14 systems, even though I list hardware as only x86_64 as I can't speak for all the hardware you have listed (though that shouldn't matter since its more a matter of what version is being pushed out on the different branches for F14?).
My apologies if I missed an obvious post with this information
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There are no plans to update gcc in F14 anymore, gcc 4.6.x, which is shipped in f15/f16/f17 is being maintained.
Thank you for the information
gnome-initial-setup-3.13.5-2.fc21 has been submitted as an update for Fedora 21.