[ANN] gcc-2.95 binaries for Cygwin b20.1

Mumit Khan khan@xraylith.wisc.EDU
Sat Jul 31 14:24:00 GMT 1999


[ Still working on Mingw binaries ... hopefully tomorrow ]

GCC-2.95 for Cygwin b20.1+ (i586-cygwin32) -- Release information
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Release date: July 31, 1999.

I'm pleased to announce prebuilt gcc-2.95 packages for Cygwin B20.x 
(i586-cygwin32). This package is meant to replace the b20.1 compiler, 
so the pathnames are compatible with b20.1. This has only been tested 
with Cygwin B20.1, and will NOT work previous releases such as Cygwin 
B20.

What are the various packages?
  
  gcc-2.95: GNU Compilers for C, C++, ObjC, F77 plus the the respective 
    runtime libraries. The Java compiler is a separate optional package.

  gcc-2.95-java: Java compiler. The runtime is not included here. See
    GCC web site (See the "LINKS" section for UR) for more info.
  
  gcc-2.95-mingw-extra: Contains the libraries and includes to build 
    Mingw binaries with Cygwin. See my gnu-win32 web site for more
    information.

  gcc-2.95-info-docs: Provides the documentation in GNU info format.
  gcc-2.95-html-docs: Provides the documentation in HTML format.

  gcc-2.95-dev-ss: Provides runtime library replacements for those 
    using Cygwin post-b20.1 development snapshots.

What's not in this package?
  
  libg++: Sorry, I stopped distributing libg++ a while back. If you
    need it, see the gcc-2.95 FAQ (see the "LINKS" section for URL) and 
    build it yourself.

Where?
  
  Web: http://www.xraylith.wisc.edu/~khan/software/gnu-win32/
  FTP: ftp://ftp.xraylith.wisc.edu/pub/khan/gnu-win32/cygwin/gcc-2.95/

  Please visit the web page before you attempt to download/install. It
  may address problems you might run into.

  Also, check the list of mirrors at the end of this message.

Installation? 

  See the INSTALL file for instructions. It's basically a matter of
  unpacking the various packages that you may need.

Disk space?
   
  About 15M, give or take a few.

Where to report bugs?

  Report compiler bugs to GCC bugs mailing list. See GCC homepage (URL
  below in LINKS section) for information on how to submit bug reports.
  You definitely want to subscribe to the Cygwin mailing list as well
  (or at least browse to the online list archive). 

Links?
  
  Cygnus Cygwin    : http://sourceware.cygnus.com/cygwin/
  GNU Compilers    : http://gcc.gnu.org/
  My stuff         : http://www.xraylith.wisc.edu/~khan/software/gnu-win32/

Mirrors:

  The following sites mirror the Gnu-Win32 related items. Please pick the
  one closest to you.

  USA:
    Madison, WI 	ftp://ftp.xraylith.wisc.edu/pub/khan/gnu-win32/
    Omaha, NE	ftp://ftp.hksys.com/pub/mirrors/EGCS-Win32/

  Asia:
    Taiwan        ftp://ftp1.sinica.edu.tw/pub3/GNU/gnu-win32/

  Europe:
    Portugal	ftp://ftp.eq.uc.pt/pub/software/msdos/prog/gnu-win32
    Romania	ftp://coanda.propulsion.pub.ro/pub/gnu-win32/
    Germany	ftp://ftp.franken.de/pub/win32/develop/gnuwin32/cygwin/porters/Khan_Mumit
		  (CYGWIN32 only)
    Germany	ftp://ftp.franken.de/pub/win32/develop/gnuwin32/mingw32/porters/Khan_Mumit/
		  (MINGW32 only)
    Croatia	ftp://ftp.cc.foi.hr/pub/egcs-win32/
    Amsterdam	http://paddington.ic.uva.nl/mirror/gnu-win32

  Home site is in Madison, Wiscosin, USA.

  Many thanks to Jeremy Bettis (Omaha, NE), Nuno Oliveira (Portugal), 
  Sorin Mitran (Romania), Michael Hirmke (Germany), Tein Horng Yuan 
  (Taiwan), Dobrica Pavlinusic (Croatia), and Karel Sprenger (Amsterdam)
  for providing the mirrors.


Regards,
Mumit -- khan@xraylith.wisc.edu
http://www.xraylith.wisc.edu/~khan/


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