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The GCC Summit was an annual conference for developers of the GNU Compiler Collection and related free software technologies. The conference was a 3-day event and was held from 2003-2010 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada with the exception of the 2009 summit, which was held in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
The GCC Summit has been replaced by the GNU Tools Cauldron.
- 2010: October 25–27 (proceedings, individual papers and slides)
- 2009: June 8–10 (proceedings)
- 2008: June 17–19 (proceedings)
- 2007: July 18–20 (proceedings)
- 2006: June 28–30 (proceedings)
- 2005: June 22–24 (proceedings)
- 2004: June 2–4 (proceedings)
- 2003: May 25–27 (proceedings)
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