GCC 4.8+ for MorphOS ?
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    JuLieN
    Posts: 35 from 2008/4/16
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    Hello, is there a chance we'll have gcc 4.8 or newer for MorphOS ? The reason for that is c++11 support. I don't use those new functionalities in my own program, but some command line programs I tried to compile do. (And gcc 4.9+ already allows c++14 ...)
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    jacadcaps
    Posts: 1838 from 2003/3/5
    From: Poland
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    JuLieN wrote:
    Hello, is there a chance we'll have gcc 4.8 or newer for MorphOS ? The reason for that is c++11 support. I don't use those new functionalities in my own program, but some command line programs I tried to compile do. (And gcc 4.9+ already allows c++14 ...)


    Fab will likely need newer gccs in order to keep up with WebKit code, so I'd say yes, there's a chance.
  • »04.04.14 - 08:04
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    ede
    Posts: 35 from 2011/4/19
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    @JuLieN

    With current SDK 4.4.7 is max. Special RS6000 / MorphOS patches are mandatory.
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    JuLieN
    Posts: 35 from 2008/4/16
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    Thanks for your answers.
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    BSzili
    Posts: 491 from 2012/6/8
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    Will GCC 4.7.3 be part of the next SDK?
    I see the jimmies have been rustled.
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    jacadcaps
    Posts: 1838 from 2003/3/5
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    BSzili wrote:
    Will GCC 4.7.3 be part of the next SDK?


    Nope. Whatever Fab did, it was to build WebKit and not to port a full blown compiler, so sadly this won't do as part of the SDK. I don't have his sources either.
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