[gccsdk] Is it time for a new version of GCC4?

David Pitt pittdj at pittdj.co.uk
Wed Mar 18 03:54:50 PDT 2020


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  Alan <alan_baa at hotmail.com> wrote:

> On 16/03/2020 15:44, Lee Noar wrote:

[snip]

>> I do have some changes to commit to Unixlib and I need to check that
>> GCC4 still builds and runs correctly. Admittedly, I have neglected GCC4
>> recently in favour of GCC8, so all the testing I've been doing is with
>> the GCC8 build (autobuilder/develop/gcc).
>>
> Let me know when you've done what you need to for GCC4 and I'll go

> ahead and build and package the new version. There's no desperate

> rush as long as it's not 3 months away:-)

> I know a month ago GCC4 didn't build as I tried it on another machine.

GCC4 builds here now, and also built here on 13Jan20, on Ubuntu 19.10. 
The build runs on the Titanium as very briefly tested with c and c++ 
Hello Worlds.

SharedUnixLibrary is 1.15.

Shared Object Manager is at 3.01. This requires the new ARMEABISupport 
module provided in 500.Modules which is not currently rmensured 
anywhere. SOM1stRun?

HTH.

-- 
David Pitt
Titanium



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