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July 12, 2006
On Wed, 12 Jul 2006 00:47:33 -0700, David Friedman <dvdfrdmn@users.ess-eff.net> wrote:

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> Binaries are now available!
>
> Download here:
> http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=154306
>
> Release Notes for 0.19
>      * Fixed D Bugzilla bugs 141(gdc), 157, 162, 164, 171, 174, 175, 192, 229
>      * Applied Dave Fladebo's suggestion for -O3 in gdmd
>      * Updated to DMD 0.162
>      * The version symbol for FreeBSD is now "freebsd"
>      * Enabled std.loader for FreeBSD
>      * Implement offsetof in assembler
>      * Support building with Apple's GCC (4.0 only)
>      * Fix parallel builds


Excellent work! Thank you, David!

Is it possible to build a 64-bit version on any platform yet?  I realize this may be a feature for the future.  Just haven't heard much discussion on that lately.

Thanks again.  I'm eager to give gdc a try.

-JJR
July 12, 2006
Anders F Björklund wrote:
> David Friedman wrote:
> 
>> Binaries are now available!
>>
>> Download here:
>> http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=154306
> 
> Excellent work!
> 
> Since there is now full support for Mac OS X 10.4 (GCC 4.0.1)
> and Windows MinGW (GCC 3.4.5) directly "from the source" so to
> speak, there is less need for the gdcmac and gdcwin projects...
> 
> Will do some experiments, see if this can replace my packages ?
> I can build another version of the Mac and Win binaries, just
> wondered if there is any need for them to exist any longer...
> 

Maybe not the Windows package, but my MacOS package doesn't have an installer and the Xcode integration info isn't there.

> And I needed to document the package build process anyway :-)
> 
> --anders
> 
> BTW; This file seems to have gotten the wrong suffix:
> gdc-0.19-mingw.tar.bz2: gzip compressed data, from Unix

It's fixed now.  Thanks for pointing it out.

David
July 13, 2006
Anders F Björklund skrev:
> David Friedman wrote:
> 
>> Binaries are now available!
>>
>> Download here:
>> http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=154306
> 
> 
> Excellent work!
> 
> Since there is now full support for Mac OS X 10.4 (GCC 4.0.1)
> and Windows MinGW (GCC 3.4.5) directly "from the source" so to
> speak, there is less need for the gdcmac and gdcwin projects...
> 
> Will do some experiments, see if this can replace my packages ?
> I can build another version of the Mac and Win binaries, just
> wondered if there is any need for them to exist any longer...
> 
> And I needed to document the package build process anyway :-)
> 
Please do continue with gdcmac, it adds greatly to my experience. I just love to only need to worry about the actual task, not how to be able to start tackling the task.

I think there is need for gdcmac, gdcwin, and probably packages for say Ubuntu/Debian, and a few other linux distros as well. The easier, and more "like the rest" it is to install gdc, the more likely that even more people pick it up and use it.

// Fredrik Olsson

> --anders
> 
> BTW; This file seems to have gotten the wrong suffix:
> gdc-0.19-mingw.tar.bz2: gzip compressed data, from Unix
July 13, 2006
John Reimer schrieb am 2006-07-12:
> Excellent work! Thank you, David!
>
> Is it possible to build a 64-bit version on any platform yet?  I realize this may be a feature for the future.  Just haven't heard much discussion on that lately.
>
> Thanks again.  I'm eager to give gdc a try.

Building a 64-bit version on Linux isn't impossible, for some details have a look at "building GDC-0.18 on an AMD64" in D.gnu (news:2g83l3-mku.ln1@birke.kuehne.cn)

However gdc can currently only produce 32-bit object files.

Thomas


July 13, 2006
In article <pifho3-487.ln1@birke.kuehne.cn>, Thomas Kuehne says...
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>John Reimer schrieb am 2006-07-12:
>> Excellent work! Thank you, David!
>>
>> Is it possible to build a 64-bit version on any platform yet?  I realize this may be a feature for the future.  Just haven't heard much discussion on that lately.
>>
>> Thanks again.  I'm eager to give gdc a try.
>
>Building a 64-bit version on Linux isn't impossible, for some details have a look at "building GDC-0.18 on an AMD64" in D.gnu (news:2g83l3-mku.ln1@birke.kuehne.cn)

Web URLs if someone wants them: http://www.digitalmars.com/d/archives/D/gnu/1879.html http://www.digitalmars.com/drn-bin/wwwnews?D.gnu/1879

(Google is awesome when I know exactly what I'm looking for! It's awesome even if I don't quite know what I'm looking for!)

>
>However gdc can currently only produce 32-bit object files.
>
>Thomas

jcc7
September 15, 2006
David Friedman wrote:
> 
> Binaries are now available!
> 
> Download here:
> http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=154306
> 
> Release Notes for 0.19
>     * Fixed D Bugzilla bugs 141(gdc), 157, 162, 164, 171, 174, 175, 192, 229
>     * Applied Dave Fladebo's suggestion for -O3 in gdmd
>     * Updated to DMD 0.162
>     * The version symbol for FreeBSD is now "freebsd"
>     * Enabled std.loader for FreeBSD
>     * Implement offsetof in assembler
>     * Support building with Apple's GCC (4.0 only)
>     * Fix parallel builds

Thanks!!!
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