An anonymous reader writes "With the LLVM/Clang migration, FreeBSD developers have now disabled building GCC and the GNU C++ standard library (libstdc++) as part of the FreeBSD base system. GCC and libstdc++ have been superseded by LLVM's Clang and libc++, respectively, on primary architectures for FreeBSD 10.0."
You can still flip a few switches to get GCC
, but the system compiler will still be clang. Update: 09/11 14:50 GMT
by U L
: Reader Noryungi noted that the What's Cooking for FreeBSD 10
page is also worth a look, adding "I have to say, this is shaping up to be a very interesting release. Bhyve
[the BSD hypervisor], in particular, sounds very promising."