[MinGW-Users] Feature request for MinGW GCC 10 port

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Keith Marshall keith****@users*****
Fri Jan 8 20:42:55 JST 2021

On 08/01/2021 10:45, Eli Zaretskii wrote:
>> Date: Fri, 08 Jan 2021 09:10:09 +0200
>> From: Eli Zaretskii <eliz****@gnu*****>
>>> As a rudimentary test, I have the tut01-hello-world.c example, from
>>> there, compiled, linked, and working; please see the ticket:
>>>   https://osdn.net/projects/mingw/ticket/41070
>>> for details.  If you are able to test more rigorously, I would
>>> appreciate any feedback.
>> Thank you very much for your efforts in making this possible.
>> I will try to build the Emacs development branch which uses libgccjit
>> soon.  It could take me a few days to get to that, though.
> Just so I'm sure I'm not confused: using these new libgccjit tarballs
> doesn't require any new installation of GCC, right?  IOW, I can simply
> install just the libgccjit tarballs and use it with my existing MinGW
> GCC 9.2.0-2 installation of binaries, headers, and libraries, right?

Yes, I hope so.  I rebuilt the whole caboodle, but other than adding jit
to the --enable-languages option, and the extra patches to code specific
to jit, nothing else changed.  Thus, I only uploaded the extra libgccjit
packages, and an updated source tarball, with the extra patches added,
and the mingw-pkg pkgspec file amended.

You should simply need to unpack the libgccjit-dev, and libgccjit-dll
tarballs, into your existing MinGW GCC-9.2.0 tree; the libgccjit-info
tarball is also available, if you wish to install it.


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