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Andreas, > No, to be serious: AFAIK the newer > GCC versions produce faster code. > But I don't know how much faster > it is and I haven't made tests with > CVSNT. Without evidence that it would significantly improve things then I think the problems it would create outweigh the benefits (specifically people on RH9/SuSE9 would need to upgrade to new GCC libraries that up2date or yast do not provide). However creating RHEL5/SUSE10 specific builds with the latest compilers for those (which I assume are the latest stable) is an idea - though one that I'm unlikely to pursue for this release. Regards, Arthur