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Last change: 2000-12-27

Here you can always get the latest release.

To download, just save the links (In Netscape: press the right mousebutton and select Save Link As...).


The Releases

The patch is based on gcc, you have to get the corresponding (i.e. same version number) egcs distribution. To apply the patch, use commands like in this example:

tar xvpzf gcc-         # unpack gcc source release
cd gcc-                       # 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


  • if you get excessive warning: comparison between signed and unsigned messages, you can specify -Wno-sign-compare (preferably after -Wall) to eliminate these.
  • if you want to decrease the size of executables generated by pgcc and pg++ and you don't plan to use exception handling, use -fno-exceptions to disable exception handling support.
  • old c++ libraries must be recompiled with pgcc or gcc to be usable.

Download the patch, gcc-, that patches gcc-2.95.2 to pgcc-

You can also access the data directory directly via http (for older releases etc.).


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