GCC 5.1 Officially Released
Written by Michael Larabel in GNU on 22 April 2015 at 08:51 AM EDT. 23 Comments
GNU --
Those behind the GNU Compiler Collection have announced this morning the official release of GCC 5.1, the first major release of GCC 5.

GCC 5 brings many new features and improvements as already extensively covered in dozens of articles over the past year of development. GCC 5 is easily the most exciting release in quite some time, perhaps ever, with the many significant strides made over the past year.

Those wishing to grab GCC 5.1 from source or find out more details can visit gcc.gnu.org.
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