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GCC 4.6 Release Candidate Is Nearing

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Published on 04 January 2011 02:06 PM EST
Written by Michael Larabel in Compiler
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A release candidate for version 4.6.0 of the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC) is nearing. Novell's Richard Guenther has provided a GCC 4.6 status update whereby this version of the leading free software compiler has now left "stage 3" of its development and the code-base is now only receiving regression fixes and documentation work.

The GCC 4.6 Release Candidate will come once there are no longer any P1 regressions (the most severe class). At present there are 31 P1 regressions, but it's a drop of 19 regressions since the last report. There's also 109 regressions of P2 class and 28 of the P3 regressions.

This latest status update for GCC 4.6 can be found on the GCC mailing list.

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