REQUEST FOR TESTERS: `devel/mingw32-gcc'
jacula at gmail.com
Fri Aug 24 10:20:53 PDT 2007
On Tue, Aug 21, 2007 at 12:41:03PM -0400, Coleman Kane <cokane at freebsd.org> wrote:
> Coleman Kane wrote:
>> Lev Serebryakov wrote:
>>> Hello ports,
>>> Latest versions of `mingw32-binutils' and `mingw32-bin-msvcrt' were
>>> `mingw32-gcc' is on pipeline.
>>> But it is BIG update: new version is 4.2.0
>>> I ask you to test this `almost new' port before commit.
>>> Many thanks to Coleman Kane <cokane at freebsd.org>, who helps me to
>>> prepare this update.
>> I'd like to know what everyone else's experience with these new mingw32-
>> ports are. So far I have been building Win32 applications from my FreeBSD
>> box with these versions quite successfully. I think that the binutils and
>> GCC are actually newer than the ones currently shipping with the MinGW32
>> binary distribution too.
>> Coleman Kane
> I haven't seen any activity on the above email, and I am curious if:
> 1) It was missed (and this really does affect people)
> 2) Nobody cross-compiles using the mingw32-* ports (it is really very
> 3) Nobody really cares that mingw32-gcc will move from 3.4.5 --> 4.2.0
> Please, if this affects you test out the above port tarball! Otherwise,
> this will end up going in and not take into account any problems that might
> arise in your environment.
> Coleman Kane
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Hello Coleman Kane,
I'd like thank you for your work. I installed this version of mingw32-gcc.
Until now I've not any problem; I's a great port.
The only problem was with the mingw32-binutils port (it was broken for
size mismatch), but I committed a little patch.
Thank you very match.
Bye by JM
To call a spade a thpade.
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