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Using both gcc 3.2-3 and gcc 3.3-1
- From: "Alex Vinokur" <alexvn at connect dot to>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Sun, 21 Sep 2003 08:14:31 +0300
- Subject: Using both gcc 3.2-3 and gcc 3.3-1
- References: <20030921000411.86E4632A822@redhat.com>
"Christopher Faylor" <email@example.com> wrote in message 20030921000411.86E4632A822@redhat.com">news:20030921000411.86E4632A822@redhat.com...
> I've moved all of the latest gcc stuff out of "test" and into "current".
> This is the standard gcc 3.3.1 release from gcc.gnu.org + patches from
> Danny Smith and (to a vastly lesser extent) me. If you are interested
> in checking these sources out of gcc's cvs repository, the branch tag is
> cygming331. But, please, no questions about where to go or how to do
> that on the cygwin list. Go to gcc.gnu.org for that kind of info.
> So the default gcc compiler for cygwin is now gcc 3.3.1.
> To update your installation, click on the "Install Cygwin now" link on
> the http://cygwin.com/ web page. This downloads setup.exe to your
> system. Then, run setup, fill in all of the options, and make
> appropriate choices on the "Select Packages" screen. You'll need to
> select the Devel category to see gcc and friends.
I would like to use both gcc 3.2-3 and gcc 3.3-1.
Is it possible?
What and how do I download and install?
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