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Ann: MELT plugin 0.9.5rc3 for GCC 4.6 & 4.7



It is my pleasure to announce the MELT plugin 0.9.5 release candidate 3 for GCC 4.6 or
4.7. 
The release candidate 3 of MELT plugin 0.9.5 is still perhaps buggy but is available from
http://gcc-melt.org/melt-0.9.5rc3-plugin-for-gcc-4.6-or-4.7.tar.gz as a gzipped tar
archive of 4476348 bytes and md5sum 9c0e677baf037bb2c9b20611cbda31c0. You could try
building it e.g. with make CC=gcc-4.7 CXX=g++-4.7 or perhaps with make MELTGCC=gcc-4.7
GCCMELT_CC=g+ +-4.7. Please report bugs on gcc-melt list. It is extracted from MELT
branch svn revision 186078, april 10th 2012.

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NEWS for 0.9.5rc3 MELT plugin for GCC 4.6 & 4.7 
[[April 10th 2012]] release candidate 2 
? ?Alternative infix syntax is abandoned (it was never implemented) 
? ?Accept $(sub sepxr) in macro-string and $[seq sepxr] 
? ?Handle SIGIO Unix signals with asynchronous input channels 
? ?(experimental feature) 
? ?Can be compiled by C++ (since GCC 4.7 often is) 
? ?All the values are translated to melt_ptr_t variables, not void* 
? ?ones. 
   All non-OpenMP gimples are interfaced.
   Should work with GCC 4.6 (compiled with C) and GCC 4.7 (compiled with C++).
?############################################################### 
I believe it should work for a GCC 4.7 compiled in C++ mode. 
Thanks to Alexandre Lissy & Romain Geissler for their help. 
Please test and report bugs or build success or failure on 
gcc-melt@googlegroups.com list. 
Regards. 

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