Mon Jun 5 20:26:50 GMT 2023
The native Gcc compilers have been updated to the latest upstream
release version of the gcc-11 branch:
This release includes libgccjit as a separate package for the native
toolchain. Since Cygwin does not yet enable ASLR by default, any
nontrivial dynamic objects that are created in this way will likely need
to get rebased before they can be used. It is unlikely that build
systems recognize the need for doing that at the moment.
For this build, the Ada compiler has been re-enabled (bootstrapped via
the 11.3.1+20230310 test version) and the D compiler has been added to
the build. No testing beyond the compiler testsuite has been done for
both languages and D does still not have the runtime library on Cygwin.
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