> I had to reinstall MinGW and it came with gcc/g++ 4.7.0. However, I
> get some issues when I use it with wxwidgets (strange seg faults)
> while gcc/g++ 4.6.2 worked well before.
> How can I install MinGW with gcc/g++ 4.6.2 or 4.6.3?
I use wxWidgets from trunk and MinGW latest updates with GCC 4.7 (default installation with mingw-get) without problems, with or without debug mode.
My apps are working with GCC 4.7 without modifications.
I don't use optimizations flags, only -Wall.
Is there a possible problem on your application code?
On 09/07/12 08:12, LRN wrote:%R is the configuration macro you want; it represents the effective root
> On 08.07.2012 9:40, Frédéric Bron wrote:
>>> I always install all the MingW gcc versions separately in their
>>> own directory
>> How do you do that?
> 1) Download and install mingw-get into your MinGW directory. Configure
> it to use separate directories for MinGW and MSYS (i think it already
> does by default, but it's best to make sure), be sure to use patterns
> (%r, i think?) instead of hard-coded absolute paths.
directory of the mingw-get installation tree -- i.e. the immediate
parent of the "bin" directory in which mingw-get.exe resides -- but the
macro name is case-sensitive.
With all mingw-get releases to date, yes.
> 2) Use mingw-get to install gcc version you want, and all libraries
> and programs you need.
> Repeat 1) and 2), installing into different MinGW directories, but
> configuring the same MSys directory.
Note that this implies having a separate mingw-get installation
associated with each independent MinGW installation. In a future
release, I plan to add a capability for managing multiple independent
MinGW and/or MSYS installations from a single mingw-get installation,
via "system-map" specifications in the profile.xml file, but I'm not
making any promises as to when I'll get the details worked out.
If you are using the separate installations approach, you might consider
symlink/junction sharing of the %R/var/cache directory among them all,
to avoid repeated downloads of common packages.