On Oct 6, 2022, at 12:51 AM, Rodney Brown via cctalk
According to gcc-9.1.0/NEWS Intel i860 was an architecture declared obsolete in GCC 4.0
(and previously in GCC 3.1).
GCC does this in two steps. One is that it's marked as obsolete but can still be
built, you just get a warning. The second is that the bits are actually removed. If you
want to run something old, it's probably still good until that final removal. But
given the lack of maintenance that triggers removal, it is certainly possible that there
are some "bit rot" bugs before that point, possibly even before the first