On Sun, Oct 10, 2010 at 1:07 AM, Chris Sutcliffe <ir0nh34d@...> wrote:
> Hi NightStrike,
>> Chris, do you still need this?
>> Are our weekly 1.0 builds enough?
> I was looking for a native x64 MinGW-w64 compiler with a shared
> libstdc++ library. To that end I've been using Ozkan's 'Personal
> Build' 20101002 release and it's working very well.
> Out of interest, will the automatic builds include a native x64 mingw
> compiler at some point?
They will. The question is, of course, when.
This requires first doing an official release of a compiler instead of
just automated daily builds. Actually, tbh, we now have an official
cygwin cross compiler. So really, maybe now is the time to setup a
cygwin based native builder. Ubuntu has an official cross compiler,
too, so we could do the same there.
Thanks for the prodding :) I'll look into this later today if I can
get a hold of Mook.
Of course, this means that we need a cygwin machine that doesn't keep
dying on various cygwin errors (resource busy, bad address, etc.)
That's absolutely killing us.