I think we can suffice a Snapshot release. That's Snapshot with a
capital S. The release name should just be GCC, all capitals. I'm
still wanting to get a consoldiated MinGW updated package out soon.
I've just had too many pots on the stove to control it all.
Danny Smith wrote:
> I'm satisfied with my builds and regtests of gcc-3.3 with infamous
> mingw-local patches (some still cooking) and I wonder if we should try
> it out on user base.
> Cooking are the patches I submited for 3.4 (and one -- re C++ multiple
> inheritance vs dllimport -- which I will submit after I get feedback on
> the first lot). These are mainly a reworking of Mumit Khan ex Doug Evans
> ex who-knows patches. They do not fix the friend declaration bug nor
> some dllexport-inline-function bugs. There are workarounds though.
> The patches I submitted replace ICE with either warnings about ambiguous
> syntax that I resolve in favour of getting things to still work rather
> than MSVC rules) or hard errors for really stupid syntax like
> "__declspec(dllexport) static void foo();"
> I'v e native bootstrapped the lot (all languages and lib, with the
> exception of boehm-gc enabled libobjc.a) and regtested, but that doesn't
> mean a lot for dll's because there are't many dll cases in the
> Okay. I'm willing to upload C, C++, Objc, fortran, Ada binaries. Java
> runtime libs are very big and my ISP can be flakey at time, so I'm
> hoping some one else will do Java, but I can do if know else wants to.
> How do you want to split up the big big package:
> Ranjit, Embar.-- I needed to do one additional change for native build
> of libjava -- change the use of ':' as a path separator in libjava
> makefile to $(PATH_SEPARATOR). I've hacked this for now, but need to
> work on a real fix. The libjava configure.in doesn't play nice with my
> default version of autoconf (2.53) so I'll have to wait till I have some
> free time to fix properly. Golly there are a lot of warnings in
> building libjava -- are they all harmless?
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