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To: djgpp-announce AT delorie DOT com
From: "Andris Pavenis (andris DOT pavenis AT iki DOT fi) [via djgpp-announce AT delorie DOT com]" <djgpp-announce AT delorie DOT com>
Subject: ANNOUNCE: DJGPP ports of GCC-6.2.0 and GCC-4.9.4
Date: Wed, 24 Aug 2016 05:57:34 +0300
Reply-To: djgpp AT delorie DOT com

This is announcement of GCC-6.2.0 and GCC-4.9.4 for DJGPP v2.05

GCC used to stand for the GNU C Compiler, but since the
compiler supports several other languages aside from C,
it now stands for the GNU Compiler Collection.

All these GCC versions are built using DJGPP v2.05 under Windows Vista Business SP3.

Requirements for using binary packages:
- DJGPP v2.05 (packages are NOT intended to be used with DJGPP v2.03)
- binutils-2.22 or above (binutils-2.24 or above recommended)

All packages are still located at:

           ftp://ftp.delorie.com/pub/djgpp/current/v2gnu/

The package names are following (substitute NNN with version number with dots removed,
for example substitute NNN with 620 for gcc-6.2.0)

gccNNNs.zip  - source package (needed only if one wants to rebuild GCC himself)

gccNNNb.zip  - C compiler binaries (required for all othThis is announcement of GCC-6.2.0 and 
GCC-4.9.4 for DJGPP v2.05

GCC used to stand for the GNU C Compiler, but since the
compiler supports several other languages aside from C,
it now stands for the GNU Compiler Collection.

All these GCC versions are built using DJGPP v2.05 under Windows Vista Business SP3.

Requirements for using binary packages:
- DJGPP v2.05 (packages are NOT intended to be used with DJGPP v2.03)
- binutils-2.22 or above (binutils-2.24 or above recommended)

All packages are still located at:This is announcement of GCC-6.2.0 and GCC-4.9.4 for DJGPP v2.05

GCC used to stand for the GNU C Compiler, but since the
compiler supports several other languages aside from C,
it now stands for the GNU Compiler Collection.

All these GCC versions are built using DJGPP v2.05 undThis is announcement of GCC-6.2.0 and 
GCC-4.9.4 for DJGPP v2.05

GCC used to stand for the GNU C Compiler, but since the
compiler supports several other languages aside fromThis is announcement of GCC-6.2.0 and GCC-4.9.4 
for DJGPP v2.05

GCC used to stand for the GNU C Compiler, but since the
compiler supports several other languages aside from C,
it now stands for the GNU Compiler Collection.

All these GCC versions are built using DJGPP v2.05 under Windows Vista Business SP3.

Requirements for using binary packages:
- DJGPP v2.05 (packages are NOT intended to be used with DJGPP v2.03)
- binutils-2.22 or above (binutils-2.24 or above recommended)

All packages are still located at:

           ftp://ftp.delorie.com/pub/djgpp/current/v2gnu/
This is announcement of GCC-6.2.0 and GCC-4.9.4 for DJGPP v2.05

GCC used to stand for the GNU C Compiler, but since the
compiler supports several other languages aside from C,
it now stands for the GNU Compiler Collection.

All these GCC versions are built using DJGPP v2.05 under Windows Vista Business SP3.

Requirements for using binary packages:
- DJGPP v2.05 (packages are NOT intended to be used with DJGPP v2.03)
- binutils-2.22 or above (binutils-2.24 or above recommended)

All packages are still located at:This is announcement of GCC-6.2.0 and GCC-4.9.4 for DJGPP v2.05

GCC used to stand for the GNU C Compiler, but since the
compiler supports several other languages aside from C,
it now stands for the GNU Compiler Collection.

All these GCC versions are built using DJGPP v2.05 under Windows Vista Business SP3.

Requirements for using binary packages:
- DJGPP v2.05 (packages are NOT intended to be used with DJGPP v2.03)
- binutils-2.22 or above (binutils-2.24 or above recommended)

All packages are still located at:

           ftp://ftp.delorie.com/pub/djgpp/current/v2gnu/

The package names are following (substitute NNN with version number with dots removed,
for example substitute NNN with 620 for gcc-6.2.0)

gccNNNs.zip  - source package (needed only if one wants to rebuild GCC himself)

gccNNNb.zip  - C compiler binaries (required for all other binaries)

gccNNNd.zip  - C compiler documentation

adaNNNb.zip  - Ada compiler binaries (requires gccNNNb.zip, not available for
                gcc-5.2.0. One can however use cross-compiler to build Ada
                programs for DJGPP

adaNNNd.zip  - Ada compiler documentation

gforNNNb.zip - Fortran compiler (requires gccNNNb.zip)

gforNNNd.zip - Fortran compiler documentation

gppNNNb.zip  - C++ compiler binaries (requires gccNNNb.zip)

objcNNNb.zip - Objective C and Objective C++ compiler binaries (requires gccNNNb.zip)


Cross-compiler RPMs
===================

Cross-compiler RPMs of gcc-6.2.0 and gcc-4.9.4 (for both i686 and x86_64)
are also available from corresponding subdirectories of

          ftp://ftp.delorie.com/pub/djgpp/rpms/

I built these RPMS in following environments in CentOS-6.8 chroot under Fedora 24 x86_64

Cross-compiler binaries are statically linked with GMP-6.1.1, MPFR-3.1.4 and MPC-1.0.3
and as result are expected to work on newer RPM based Linux distributions (like
Fedora 24)

Andris Pavenis <andris DOT pavenis AT iki DOT fi>


           ftp://ftp.delorie.com/pub/djgpp/current/v2gnu/

The package names are following (substitute NNN with version number with dots removed,
for example substitute NNN with 620 for gcc-6.2.0)

gccNNNs.zip  - source package (needed only if one wants to rebuild GCC himself)

gccNNNb.zip  - C compiler binaries (required for all other binaries)

gccNNNd.zip  - C compiler documentation

adaNNNb.zip  - Ada compiler binaries (requires gccNNNb.zip, not available for
                gcc-5.2.0. One can however use cross-compiler to build Ada
                programs for DJGPP

adaNNNd.zip  - Ada compiler documentation

gforNNNb.zip - Fortran compiler (requires gccNNNb.zip)

gforNNNd.zip - Fortran compiler documentation

gppNNNb.zip  - C++ compiler binaries (requires gccNNNb.zip)

objcNNNb.zip - Objective C and Objective C++ compiler binaries (requires gccNNNb.zip)


Cross-compiler RPMs
===================

Cross-compiler RPMs of gcc-6.2.0 and gcc-4.9.4 (for both i686 and x86_64)
are also available from corresponding subdirectories of

          ftp://ftp.delorie.com/pub/djgpp/rpms/

I built these RPMS in following environments in CentOS-6.8 chroot under Fedora 24 x86_64

Cross-compiler binaries are statically linked with GMP-6.1.1, MPFR-3.1.4 and MPC-1.0.3
and as result are expected to work on newer RPM based Linux distributions (like
Fedora 24)

Andris Pavenis <andris DOT pavenis AT iki DOT fi>

The package names are following (substitute NNN with version number with dots removed,
for example substitute NNN with 620 for gcc-6.2.0)

gccNNNs.zip  - source package (needed only if one wants to rebuild GCC himself)

gccNNNb.zip  - C compiler binaries (required for all other binaries)

gccNNNd.zip  - C compiler documentation

adaNNNb.zip  - Ada compiler binaries (requires gccNNNb.zip, not available for
                gcc-5.2.0. One can however use cross-compiler to build Ada
                programs for DJGPP

adaNNNd.zip  - Ada compiler documentation

gforNNNb.zip - Fortran compiler (requires gccNNNb.zip)

gforNNNd.zip - Fortran compiler documentation

gppNNNb.zip  - C++ compiler binaries (requires gccNNNb.zip)

objcNNNb.zip - Objective C and Objective C++ compiler binaries (requires gccNNNb.zip)


Cross-compiler RPMs
===================

Cross-compiler RPMs of gcc-6.2.0 and gcc-4.9.4 (for both i686 and x86_64)
are also available from corresponding subdirectories of

          ftp://ftp.delorie.com/pub/djgpp/rpms/

I built these RPMS in following environments in CentOS-6.8 chroot under Fedora 24 x86_64

Cross-compiler binaries are statically linked with GMP-6.1.1, MPFR-3.1.4 and MPC-1.0.3
and as result are expected to work on newer RPM based Linux distributions (like
Fedora 24)

Andris Pavenis <andris DOT pavenis AT iki DOT fi>
  C,
it now stands for the GNU Compiler Collection.

All these GCC versions are built using DJGPP v2.05 under Windows Vista Business SP3.

Requirements for using binary packages:
- DJGPP v2.05 (packages are NOT intended to be usedThis is announcement of GCC-6.2.0 and GCC-4.9.4 
for DJGPP v2.05

GCC used to stand for the GNU C Compiler, but since the
compiler supports several other languages aside from C,
it now stands for the GNU Compiler Collection.

All these GCC versions are built using DJGPP v2.05 under Windows Vista Business SP3.

Requirements for using binary packages:
- DJGPP v2.05 (packages are NOT intended to be used with DJGPP v2.03)
- binutils-2.22 or above (binutils-2.24 or above recommended)

All packages are still located at:

           ftp://ftp.delorie.com/pub/djgpp/current/v2gnu/

The package names are following (substitute NNN with version number with dots removed,
for example substitute NNN with 620 for gcc-6.2.0)

gccNNNs.zip  - source package (needed only if one wants to rebuild GCC himself)

gccNNNb.zip  - C compiler binaries (required for all other binaries)

gccNNNd.zip  - C compiler documentation

adaNNNb.zip  - Ada compiler binaries (requires gccNNNb.zip, not available for
                gcc-5.2.0. One can however use cross-compiler to build Ada
                programs for DJGPP

adaNNNd.zip  - Ada compiler documentation

gforNNNb.zip - Fortran compiler (requires gccNNNb.zip)

gforNNNd.zip - Fortran compiler documentation

gppNNNb.zip  - C++ compiler binaries (requires gccNNNb.zip)

objcNNNb.zip - Objective C and Objective C++ compiler binaries (requires gccNNNb.zip)


Cross-compiler RPMs
===================

Cross-compiler RPMs of gcc-6.2.0 and gcc-4.9.4 (for both i686 and x86_64)
are also available from corresponding subdirectories of

          ftp://ftp.delorie.com/pub/djgpp/rpms/

I built these RPMS in following environments in CentOS-6.8 chroot under Fedora 24 x86_64

Cross-compiler binaries are statically linked with GMP-6.1.1, MPFR-3.1.4 and MPC-1.0.3
and as result are expected to work on newer RPM based Linux distributions (like
Fedora 24)

Andris Pavenis <andris DOT pavenis AT iki DOT fi>
  with DJGPP v2.03)
- binutils-2.22 or above (binutils-2.24 or above recommended)

All packages are still located at:

           ftp://ftp.delorie.com/pub/djgpp/current/v2gnu/

The package names are following (substitute NNN with version number with dots removed,
for example substitute NNN with 620 for gcc-6.2.0)

gccNNNs.zip  - source package (needed only if one wants to rebuild GCC himself)

gccNNNb.zip  - C compiler binaries (required for all other binaries)

gccNNNd.zip  - C compiler documentation

adaNNNb.zip  - Ada compiler binaries (requires gccNNNb.zip, not available for
                gcc-5.2.0. One can however use cross-compiler to build Ada
                programs for DJGPP

adaNNNd.zip  - Ada compiler documentation

gforNNNb.zip - Fortran compiler (requires gccNNNb.zip)

gforNNNd.zip - Fortran compiler documentation

gppNNNb.zip  - C++ compiler binaries (requires gccNNNb.zip)

objcNNNb.zip - Objective C and Objective C++ compiler binaries (requires gccNNNb.zip)


Cross-compiler RPMs
===================

Cross-compiler RPMs of gcc-6.2.0 and gcc-4.9.4 (for both i686 and x86_64)
are also available from corresponding subdirectories of

          ftp://ftp.delorie.com/pub/djgpp/rpms/

I built these RPMS in following environments in CentOS-6.8 chroot under Fedora 24 x86_64

Cross-compiler binaries are statically linked with GMP-6.1.1, MPFR-3.1.4 and MPC-1.0.3
and as result are expected to work on newer RPM based Linux distributions (like
Fedora 24)

Andris Pavenis <andris DOT pavenis AT iki DOT fi>
er Windows Vista Business SP3.

Requirements for using binary packages:
- DJGPP v2.05 (packages are NOT intended to be used with DJGPP v2.03)
- binutils-2.22 or above (binutils-2.24 or above recommended)

All packages are still located at:

           ftp://ftp.delorie.com/pub/djgpp/current/v2gnu/

The package names are following (substitute NNN with version number with dots removed,
for example substitute NNN with 620 for gcc-6.2.0)

gccNNNs.zip  - source package (needed only if one wants to rebuild GCC himself)

gccNNNb.zip  - C compiler binaries (required for all other binaries)

gccNNNd.zip  - C compiler documentation

adaNNNb.zip  - Ada compiler binaries (requires gccNNNb.zip, not available for
                gcc-5.2.0. One can however use cross-compiler to build Ada
                programs for DJGPP

adaNNNd.zip  - Ada compiler documentation

gforNNNb.zip - Fortran compiler (requires gccNNNb.zip)

gforNNNd.zip - Fortran compiler documentation

gppNNNb.zip  - C++ compiler binaries (requires gccNNNb.zip)

objcNNNb.zip - Objective C and Objective C++ compiler binaries (requires gccNNNb.zip)


Cross-compiler RPMs
===================

Cross-compiler RPMs of gcc-6.2.0 and gcc-4.9.4 (for both i686 and x86_64)
are also available from corresponding subdirectories of

          ftp://ftp.delorie.com/pub/djgpp/rpms/

I built these RPMS in following environments in CentOS-6.8 chroot under Fedora 24 x86_64

Cross-compiler binaries are statically linked with GMP-6.1.1, MPFR-3.1.4 and MPC-1.0.3
and as result are expected to work on newer RPM based Linux distributions (like
Fedora 24)

Andris Pavenis <andris DOT pavenis AT iki DOT fi>


           ftp://ftp.delorie.com/pub/djgpp/current/v2gnu/

The package names are following (substitute NNN with version number with dots removed,
for example substitute NNN with 620 for gcc-6.2.0)

gccNNNs.zip  - source package (needed only if one wants to rebuild GCC himself)

gccNNNb.zip  - C compiler binaries (required for all other binaries)

gccNNNd.zip  - C compiler documentation

adaNNNb.zip  - Ada compiler binaries (requires gccNNNb.zip, not available for
                gcc-5.2.0. One can however use cross-compiler to build Ada
                programs for DJGPP

adaNNNd.zip  - Ada compiler documentation

gforNNNb.zip - Fortran compiler (requires gccNNNb.zip)

gforNNNd.zip - Fortran compiler documentation

gppNNNb.zip  - C++ compiler binaries (requires gccNNNb.zip)

objcNNNb.zip - Objective C and Objective C++ compiler binaries (requires gccNNNb.zip)


Cross-compiler RPMs
===================

Cross-compiler RPMs of gcc-6.2.0 and gcc-4.9.4 (for both i686 and x86_64)
are also available from corresponding subdirectories of

          ftp://ftp.delorie.com/pub/djgpp/rpms/

I built these RPMS in following environments in CentOS-6.8 chroot under Fedora 24 x86_64

Cross-compiler binaries are statically linked with GMP-6.1.1, MPFR-3.1.4 and MPC-1.0.3
and as result are expected to work on newer RPM based Linux distributions (like
Fedora 24)

Andris Pavenis <andris DOT pavenis AT iki DOT fi>
This is announcement of GCC-6.2.0 and GCC-4.9.4 for DJGPP v2.05

GCC used to stand for the GNU C Compiler, but since the
compiler supports several other languages aside from C,
it now stands for the GNU Compiler Collection.

All these GCC versions are built using DJGPP v2.05 under Windows Vista Business SP3.

Requirements for using binary packages:
- DJGPP v2.05 (packages are NOT intended to be used with DJGPP v2.03)
- binutils-2.22 or above (binutils-2.24 or above recommended)

All packages are still located at:

           ftp://ftp.delorie.com/pub/djgpp/current/v2gnu/

The package names are following (substitute NNN with version number with dots removed,
for example substitute NNN with 620 for gcc-6.2.0)

gccNNNs.zip  - source package (needed only if one wants to rebuild GCC himself)

gccNNNb.zip  - C compiler binaries (required for all other binaries)

gccNNNd.zip  - C compiler documentation

adaNNNb.zip  - Ada compiler binaries (requires gccNNNb.zip, not available for
                gcc-5.2.0. One can however use cross-compiler to build Ada
                programs for DJGPP

adaNNNd.zip  - Ada compiler documentation

gforNNNb.zip - Fortran compiler (requires gccNNNb.zip)

gforNNNd.zip - Fortran compiler documentation

gppNNNb.zip  - C++ compiler binaries (requires gccNNNb.zip)

objcNNNb.zip - Objective C and Objective C++ compiler binaries (requires gccNNNb.zip)


Cross-compiler RPMs
===================

Cross-compiler RPMs of gcc-6.2.0 and gcc-4.9.4 (for both i686 and x86_64)
are also available from corresponding subdirectories of

          ftp://ftp.delorie.com/pub/djgpp/rpms/

I built these RPMS in following environments in CentOS-6.8 chroot under Fedora 24 x86_64

Cross-compiler binaries are statically linked with GMP-6.1.1, MPFR-3.1.4 and MPC-1.0.3
and as result are expected to work on newer RPM based Linux distributions (like
Fedora 24)

Andris Pavenis <andris DOT pavenis AT iki DOT fi>
This is announcement of GCC-6.2.0 and GCC-4.9.4 for DJGPP v2.05

GCC used to stand for the GNU C Compiler, but since the
compiler supports several other languages aside from C,
it now stands for the GNU Compiler Collection.

All these GCC versions are built using DJGPP v2.05 under Windows Vista Business SP3.

Requirements for using binary packages:
- DJGPP v2.05 (packages are NOT intended to be used with DJGPP v2.03)
- binutils-2.22 or above (binutils-2.24 or above recommended)

All packages are still located at:

           ftp://ftp.delorie.com/pub/djgpp/current/v2gnu/

The package names are following (substitute NNN with version number with dots removed,
for example substitute NNN with 620 for gcc-6.2.0)

gccNNNs.zip  - source package (needed only if one wants to rebuild GCC himself)

gccNNNb.zip  - C compiler binaries (required for all other binaries)

gccNNNd.zip  - C compiler documentation

adaNNNb.zip  - Ada compiler binaries (requires gccNNNb.zip, not available for
                gcc-5.2.0. One can however use cross-compiler to build Ada
                programs for DJGPP

adaNNNd.zip  - Ada compiler documentation

gforNNNb.zip - Fortran compiler (requires gccNNNb.zip)

gforNNNd.zip - Fortran compiler documentation

gppNNNb.zip  - C++ compiler binaries (requires gccNNNb.zip)

objcNNNb.zip - Objective C and Objective C++ compiler binaries (requires gccNNNb.zip)


Cross-compiler RPMs
===================

Cross-compiler RPMs of gcc-6.2.0 and gcc-4.9.4 (for both i686 and x86_64)
are also available from corresponding subdirectories of

          ftp://ftp.delorie.com/pub/djgpp/rpms/

I built these RPMS in following environments in CentOS-6.8 chroot under Fedora 24 x86_64

Cross-compiler binaries are statically linked with GMP-6.1.1, MPFR-3.1.4 and MPC-1.0.3
and as result are expected to work on newer RPM based Linux distributions (like
Fedora 24)

Andris Pavenis <andris DOT pavenis AT iki DOT fi>
er binaries)

gccNNNd.zip  - C compiler documentation

adaNNNb.zip  - Ada compiler binaries (requires gccNNNb.zip, not available for
                gcc-5.2.0. One can however use cross-compiler to build Ada
                programs for DJGPP

adaNNNd.zip  - Ada compiler documentation

gforNNNb.zip - Fortran compiler (requires gccNNNb.zip)

gforNNNd.zip - Fortran compiler documentation

gppNNNb.zip  - C++ compiler binaries (requires gccNNNb.zip)

objcNNNb.zip - Objective C and Objective C++ compiler binaries (requires gccNNNb.zip)


Cross-compiler RPMs
===================

Cross-compiler RPMs of gcc-6.2.0 and gcc-4.9.4 (for both i686 and x86_64)
are also available from corresponding subdirectories of

          ftp://ftp.delorie.com/pub/djgpp/rpms/

I built these RPMS in following environments in CentOS-6.8 chroot under Fedora 24 x86_64

Cross-compiler binaries are statically linked with GMP-6.1.1, MPFR-3.1.4 and MPC-1.0.3
and as result are expected to work on newer RPM based Linux distributions (like
Fedora 24)

Andris Pavenis <andris DOT pavenis AT iki DOT fi>

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