GCC 6.2 Compiler Released
Written by Michael Larabel in GNU on 22 August 2016 at 08:00 AM EDT. 11 Comments
GNU --
GCC 6.2 is now available as the first stable update to this year's GCC 6/6.1 compiler release.

GCC 6.1 shipped earlier this year as their first stable version of GCC 6 (per their unique versioning scheme...) while GCC 6.2 is out this morning as the first point release.

GCC 6.2 simply ships with various bug/regression updates to the GCC 6 stack. All new developments around the GNU Compiler Collection are centered around next year's GCC 7 release.

GCC 6.2 can be downloaded from GNU.org. GCC 6.2 is coming right ahead of the planned LLVM 3.9 release this week.
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