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Old 11-10-2013, 02:12 AM   #1
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LXer: GCC Looks To Turn Off Java, Replace With Go Or ADA

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GCC developers from multiple companies are beginning to reach agreement that it's time for Java to be turned off by default in GCC. The Java compiler support in GCC is in the form of GCJ, but it doesn't see much active development these days with more of the Java work happening in OpenJDK. Developers are looking to disable Java from the default GCC build process but to potentially replace it with the Go or ADA languages.



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