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Re: Using a secondary install of gcc/g++ binutils

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Brian Dantes wrote:
From: "Larry Hall (Cygwin)" <reply-to-list-only-lh<AT>cygwin<DOT>com>
Reply-To: <cygwin<AT>cygwin<DOT>com>
Date: Mon, 11 Jun 2007 13:36:09 -0400
To: <cygwin<AT>cygwin<DOT>com>
<>.  Don't feed the spammmers.

Subject: Re: Using a secondary install of gcc/g++ binutils

On 06/11/2007, Brian Dantes wrote:
As an aside, is object code and libraries generated by MinGW gcc/g++ 3.4.2
(the latest stable release, I believe) fully compatible with Cygwin's
gcc/g++ 3.4.4 code generated in -mno-cygwin?
You mean object code-wise?  Yes.  Cygwin is building Win32 executables, just
like MinGW.
> More specifically, can object code generated by Cygwin g++ 3.4.4 be linked
> with MinGW gcc 3.4.2 libraries and vice versa? For example, I know this is
> *not* true for MinGW g++ 3.2.1; libstdc++ changed significantly between
> g++ 3.2.1 and 3.4.4.

g++ is binary compatible within the 3.4 series.  I believe this has been
true with each of the 3.x series.

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A: Yes.
> Q: Are you sure?
>> A: Because it reverses the logical flow of conversation.
>>> Q: Why is top posting annoying in email?

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