[gccsdk] RISC OS GCC 4.7.4 release 4 has been released
norman.cathy.lawrence at gmail.com
Sun Jul 12 05:57:01 PDT 2020
I understood that the GCC 4.7.2 also has Fortran, is that not the case? I
know that the Linux version comes with Fortran.
On Sun., 12 Jul. 2020, 21:32 Lee Noar, <lee.noar at sky.com> wrote:
> On 12/07/2020 12:17, alan buckley wrote:
> > Iï¿½m not sure how the fortran compiler is built. Is it part of the
> > build-world process or is it somewhere else?
> > I didnï¿½t add anything to package it, but if someone can tell me how
> > built and where the files are put I can add it to the packages created
> > and upload it.
> Hi Alan,
> The Fortran compiler is actually part of GCC 8 rather than GCC 4.
> There is a native RISC OS version of GCC 8 now (autobuilder/develop/gcc),
> so perhaps we could look at doing a release of that. It produces a
> skeleton !SharedLibs with just the new runtime libraries and this is
> merged into to the GCC 4 !SharedLibs (so not standalone).
> The two !GCCs would need to be kept separate though I think,
> I've not looked at how to run two different versions of the
> compiler from the same !GCC.
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