pcc has been added to NetBSD (via pkgsrc) and OpenBSD, and Steve Mynott has been messing with it on DragonFly. It doesn’t work as a replacement for GCC, but it looks promising. There are other alternatives in progress, too.
There is also nwcc, though not hugely impressive, it’s out there too. On sourceforge.
PCC was added _only_ to pkgsrc, not to NetBSD(‘s base).
Duh, it says NetBSD (pkgsrc), are you blind Hubey?
I edited it to say “via pkgsrc”, just to be more clear.
[...] Strange as it is to use the words “C compiler” and “excitement” in the same sentence, there’s been a lot of excitement about PCC, the Portable C Compiler, as a faster replacement for GCC.Â (Previous story here) [...]
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