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From: Yu-Hui Liu <Calvin.Liu@S...>
Subject: What's "advantage of gcc-specific features"?
Hi, there,

I'm reading the INSTALL file and want to know more about the first 
prerequisite. :-)  It says,

* The GNU C compiler gcc is recommended, as the bytecode
  interpreter takes advantage of gcc-specific features to enhance
  performance.

What does the "advantage of gcc-specific features" really mean? Who knows?

Also I want to know if someone knows if there's anything "tricky" on 
Solaris platform for using OCaml?

Thanks.
Calvin