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Re: gcc4: next release
On Jul 7 21:17, Charles Wilson wrote:
> On 7/7/2010 8:39 AM, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> > On Jul 7 08:08, Charles Wilson wrote:
> >> I hope I have summed up the various competing proposals fairly, and that
> >> this edition of my patented War and Peace emails helps move the
> >> discussion along to a conclusion.
> > Ok, I'm sufficiently confused now. So, here are a few questions.
> > - Why do we need two different mingw's again? What are the merits of
> > having mingw32 *and* mingw64-32?
> mingw32 and mingw64-32 are different.
Ok, I'm not sure I get all this. I have no objections against having
three mingw cross compilers, provided they are sufficently kept separate.
I'm sure you guys will create the best possible solution here.
I also do not care for the mingw headers and libs (mingw-runtime) which
could or should be kept in the same tree as the cross compilers. I do
care for w32api, but that's already in another mail...