[mercury-users] Problem with: Different clauses for different modes

Fergus Henderson fjh at cs.mu.OZ.AU
Wed Sep 26 12:17:05 AEST 2001

On 25-Sep-2001, Ondrej Bojar <oboj7042 at ss1000.ms.mff.cuni.cz> wrote:
> Which ROTD is enough for this?

Anything after May 27, 2001.

> mercury-rotd-2001-09-25.i686-pc-linux-libc2.1-gnu-O4.tar.gz ?
> mercury-rotd-2001-09-24.i686-pc-linux-libc2.1-gnu-O2.tar.gz ?
> And what are the other options?
> mercury-rotd-2001-09-25.i686-pc-linux-libc2.1-gnu-O5-intermod.tar.gz
> mercury-rotd-2001-09-25.i686-pc-linux-libc2.1-gnu-O4-hlc.tar.gz
> Are ROTDs published as binaries?

Yes, the versions listed above are all binary distributions
for x86 PCs running Linux.  The different versions are built
with slightly different options (we build versions with different
sets of options as part of our automated test procedures).  Probably the
version is the most efficient, since it gets compiled with
`-O5 --intermodule-optimization'.

The source distribution is in the files mercury-compiler-rotd*.

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