Re: [Mingw-users] GCC-4.9.3 is now our current release
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On 03/03/16 09:04, ralph engels wrote:
> If you are interrested, i just uploaded a full build of
> gcc-5.3.0-dwarf2 that does not depend on winpthreads. you are
> welcome to put it in the contributed section.
I'm much more interested to learn...
> It did need some patching to get around the fact that the latest
> gcc releases are targeted more at the mingw-w64 runtime, and some
> bugs that where discovered later like the static __EH_FRAME__ bug
> that caused the builds to fail even on mingw-w64.
...what you needed to do to get around this, which has been the show
stopper for me, for every GCC-5.x I've tried to build. Until I can
build it consistently for *both* native deployment, *and* as a Linux
hosted cross-compiler, I'm not willing to offer it for download from
MinGW.org's SF file repositories.
> Btw no gcc release after gcc-5.0.0 seem to be able to build
> against pthreads-w32 not even if fixing the double definition of
> timespec in pthread.h.
What version of pthreads-w32 are you trying? v2.9.1 has been a source
of considerable trouble for me, but I'm having much more success with
current git trunk, (in conjunction with GCC-4.9.3).
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