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Re: gcc 3.1 Released
- From: aschwarz1309 at att dot net
- To: gcc at gcc dot gnu dot org
- Date: Thu, 16 May 2002 17:27:06 +0000
- Subject: Re: gcc 3.1 Released
I was going to put a 'berger' rant here, but ya' know
you are doing such a great job (and I have contributed
so little) that I'm going to let the 'berger' laugh just
Question: Is there a list of binaries distribution sites
for gcc, binutils, gdb, etc.?
I am using a Win9x, NT, etc. system at home and work and
am somewhat intimidated by the build process and the
time it takes. I use Cygwin and www.cygwin.com is
regularly listed as a distribution site for gcc, but
they just don't seem to be keeping up with the movement.
They are still on gcc 2.95.3. (Apologies to Redhat. You
do a great job on all the other GNU tools, they are
timely and current.) So, in my case, is there another
distribution site or do I need to build the toolset
myself? And if I do build it (and hopefully am
successful), can I provide it to others so they can get
a binary distribution?