Last change: 2000-03-23
Here you can always get the latest patches.
To download, just save the links (In Netscape: press the right mousebutton
and select Save Link As...).
There are two kinds of patches:
These versions are for public use and/or
for public distribution, please use them freely, but
don't forget they are experimental!
- base patches
- these patches contain the differences between
a non-pgcc version of gcc (gcc, egcs etc..) and pgcc. Using these
you can step from a fresh copy of egcs to the corresponding pgcc version.
- normal patches
- these patches get you from one
version of pgcc to the next, so that, if you already have pgcc on your harddisk, you
can follow the development by successively patching your source tree.
To apply the patch, use commands like in this example:
tar xvpzf gcc-ss-990910.tar.gz # unpack egcs source release
cd gcc-990910 # go into the source dir
gunzip <patchfile | patch -p1 -E # unzip patchfile and apply it
find . -name "*.rej" -print # there should be NO rejects
find . -name "*.orig" | xargs rm # delete original files
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