And it will support std::thread use win32 thread in the soon.
Also, I've had a problem with recent versions of mingw-w64 gdb. It's slow
as molasses loading up and/or initializing an application (minutes), but
once the application starts, it seems to be fine. (I don't think that this is
Because it's using python by default.
Obviously, you need a stable enough and good enough version of gcc to
get Qt built, but in general my preference would be for you to push up
close to the mingw-w64 bleeding edge. Getting Qt built is a good test
for the compiler, so you'd be helping the mingw-w64 project.
mingw-w64 is great / actively project, it's just need more help.