TDM-GCC is pleased to present new toolchain releases based on GCC 4.8.1.
Changes in both editions:
- C++11 concurrency features (including std::thread) are now
- For the "pthreads" support required by OpenMP and C++11 concurrency,
TDM-GCC now uses the "winpthreads" library from the MinGW-w64
- The "-static-libstdc++" option, though still unnecessary, no longer
causes a compilation error.
Changes in the TDM32 edition:
- The GCC binaries are now built for, and target by default, the
"i686" CPU instruction set. PCs with very old CPUs (i686 was
popular in 1996) will not be supported anymore, so if you still need i386
support you will have to continue using an old release.
Changes in the TDM64 edition:
- Support for the Ada language is now available.
Please make sure to read the Quirks page
for more information about the differences between TDM-GCC and other GCC