[ANNOUNCEMENT] cygwin32-gcc, cygwin64-gcc 5.3.0-1 etc.

Yaakov Selkowitz yselkowitz@cygwin.com
Mon Feb 22 08:58:00 GMT 2016

The following packages have been uploaded to the Cygwin distribution:

* cygwin32-2.4.1-1
* cygwin32-clang-3.7.1-1
* cygwin32-gcc-core-5.3.0-1
* cygwin32-gcc-g++-5.3.0-1
* cygwin32-gcc-fortran-5.3.0-1
* cygwin32-gcc-objc-5.3.0-1
* cygwin32-gcc-objc++-5.3.0-1
* cygwin32-gcc-ada-5.3.0-1
* cygwin32-gcc-cilkplus-5.3.0-1
* cygwin32-gettext-
* cygwin32-libiconv-1.14-2
* cygwin32-libtool-2.4.6-1
* cygwin32-w32api-headers-4.0.4-1
* cygwin32-w32api-runtime-4.0.4-1

* cygwin64-2.4.1-1
* cygwin64-clang-3.7.1-1
* cygwin64-gcc-core-5.3.0-1
* cygwin64-gcc-g++-5.3.0-1
* cygwin64-gcc-fortran-5.3.0-1
* cygwin64-gcc-objc-5.3.0-1
* cygwin64-gcc-objc++-5.3.0-1
* cygwin64-gcc-ada-5.3.0-1
* cygwin64-gcc-cilkplus-5.3.0-1
* cygwin64-gettext-
* cygwin64-libiconv-1.14-4
* cygwin64-libtool-2.4.6-1
* cygwin64-w32api-headers-4.0.4-1
* cygwin64-w32api-runtime-4.0.4-1

The GNU Compiler Collection includes front ends for C, C++, Objective-C, 
Fortran, Java, and Ada, as well as libraries for these languages 
(libstdc++, libgfortran,...).  These packages are 32<->64-bit cross-compilers
for Cygwin; for the native compilers, use the 'gcc-*' packages.

This is an update to match native gcc-5.3.0-2, clang-3.7.1, as well as
other updates to these toolchains.

Please note while these remain to simplify building both Cygwin versions 
on one system, other cygwin32-*/cygwin64-* packages which were created 
primarily to help bootstrap x86_64-cygwin will soon be removed from the


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