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Old 31st July 2017
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Default OpenBSD - Default compiler switched to clang on amd64 and i386

With this commit, the default compiler for (-current base system on the) amd64 and i386 platforms has been changed to clang(1):
Module name: src
Changes by: robert@cvs.openbsd.org 2017/07/26 13:44:42

Modified files:
share/mk : bsd.own.mk

Log message:
switch the default compiler on amd64 and i386 to clang,
but keep gcc4 in the build for these as well

ok deraadt@
This opens the door for the newer AMD/Radeon drivers.
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