MorphOS : : Public Release of MorphOS Software Development Kit 3.18 (May 2023)
Posted By: ASiegel. on 2023/5/13 14:49:56

The MorphOS Team is proud to announce the immediate availability of the MorphOS 3.18 SDK, May 2023 release. This release updates system headers as well as various GG components.

Our new SDK requires MorphOS 3.18 and about 2 GB of free disk space and can be found in our files section. As usual, a separate source package is available for download as well.

 
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    I am glad that now I can set in FlowStudio GCC11/GCC12 selecting proper version instead of "custom". Unfortunately I am not sure if it works correctly in all cases.

    If I select in a project settings "gcc-12" and "g++-12" during compilation of the first file I have error:
    "/bin/sh: ppc-morphos-g++-12: not found"

    If I select in the same project settings "gcc-11" and "g++-11" everything is ok, not error occurs.

    -------- edit --------
    I don't have ppc-morphos-g++-12 and ppc-morphos-gcc-12 in gg:bin/ after update the SDK. Ok, no problem. I can use GCC11. I assumed that if in Project Settings is available gcc-12, I am able to set GCC12. :) This is probably GUI prepared for a future. :)

    [ Edited by MDW On 2023/5/14 14:01 ]
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    Quote:

    I am glad that now I can set in FlowStudio GCC11/GCC12 selecting proper version instead of "custom". Unfortunately I am not sure if it works correctly in all cases.

    If I select in a project settings "gcc-12" and "g++-12" during compilation of the first file I have error:
    "/bin/sh: ppc-morphos-g++-12: not found"

    If I select in the same project settings "gcc-11" and "g++-11" everything is ok, not error occurs.

    -------- edit --------
    I don't have ppc-morphos-g++-12 and ppc-morphos-gcc-12 in gg:bin/ after update the SDK. Ok, no problem. I can use GCC11. I assumed that if in Project Settings is available gcc-12, I am able to set GCC12. :) This is probably GUI prepared for a future. :)

    [ Edited by MDW On 2023/5/14 14:01 ]


    If you have a look at the latest MorphOS SDK (and readme), you will notice that GCC12 is not part of it.
    While we have internal versions of both GCC12.3 (and the recently released GCC13.1), we decided not to include it just yet.
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    Quote:

    If you have a look at the latest MorphOS SDK (and readme), you will notice that GCC12 is not part of it.
    While we have internal versions of both GCC12.3 (and the recently released GCC13.1), we decided not to include it just yet.

    Thank you for the info. This is not problem for me. GCC11 is more than enough. :)
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    There is a hard-to-get ppc32 specific bug in GCC12 (GCC11 is not affected): https://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=108250

    GCC12 runs fine on my ppc64 Linux setup but I do get the bug above on ppc32 Linux.
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