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    Applications: GCCSDK GCC 3.4.6 Release 2

    Tuesday, September 19, 2006 - 03:41 PM, (4550 Reads)

    A new version of GCCSDK is now ready for download from: http://www.riscos.info/index.php/GCCSDK_Releases#GCCSDK_GCC_3.4.6_Release_2

    In this new version:
    * Correction of Release 1 filename handling regression with GCC.
    * Enabling of throwback for C preprocessor.
    * Pass gcc include paths through to 'as' assembler. There are known limitations on the current assembler include path support concerning Unix and RISC OS style pathname syntax so we recommend using path variables when you want to specify assembler include directories.
    * Allow suffix swapping in its include filenames and adding hdr/Hdr suffixes to its default suffix swap list. This allows RISC OS and cross compilation of same assembler sources which include OSLib headers.
    * No longer supporting GCC @ comments. This is no longer needed for the GCCSDK build procedure and allows the @ as built-in variable by default i.e. without having to resort to the -objasm option.
    * Assembler now supports all ARMv5E (XScale) instructions (i.e. not including the Thumb instructions).
    * Fixed several miss-assemblings or unsupported corner cases: LFMFD, LDC/STC, PLD, LDR/STR(H,SH,SB), etc.
    * Added testcases for future regression tests.
    * Replacing AOF object in ALF file didn't work.
    * Several code fixes improving its stability.
    * Fix for C++ using SharedCLibrary. Examples Makefile updated to build hello world examples in different ways.
    * Various documentation updates.
    And lots more!



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