JonY 10walls@gmail.com
Thu Mar 17 10:28:00 GMT 2016

On 3/17/2016 16:07, Tony Kelman wrote:
> Tony Kelman <tony <at> kelman.net> writes:
>>> I have just updated the mingw-w64 headers, runtime, and winpthreads to
>>> 4.0.5-1.
>>> mingw64-*-headers-4.0.5-1
>>> mingw64-*-runtime-4.0.5-1
>>> mingw64-*-winpthreads-4.0.5-1
>> Question, since I just had issues building some of LLVM's unit tests and
>> tracked the root cause back to here - is it intentional that x86_64-headers
>> gets built with --enable-secure-api but i686-headers doesn't?
> Week later, hopefully socially acceptable ping. Can I request that
> mingw64-i686-headers get rebuilt with --enable-secure-api at the next
> update? Is there an especially good reason not to have it enabled by
> default?

Sorry, I didn't notice your email. No, its an oversight, a new v4.x
update will be coming soon, it should have this fixed.

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