2023-04-13: The eccentric AT&T assembly syntax has been formally deprecated. If you need to compile inline assembly written in AT&T syntax, you will have to provide an alternative template for Intel syntax, or pass -masm=att when compiling.
2022-04-10: The mcfgthread library has been completely rewritten and optimized for Windows 10. The x86 build now uses DWARF2 exception model instead of SJLJ.
2020-04-09: UCRT toolchains are now available. This support is experimental and available on x86-64 only.
2019-03-14: GCC plugins have been enabled since today's build, as requested here.
2018-06-25: Today's build backports another patch for std::basic_fstream and std::filebuf so they now accept const wchar_t * paths.
2018-06-23: std::filesystem has been backported from the master branch. Please test it thoroughly and report any bugs to GCC Bugzilla.
2018-05-03: Today's build prevents GDB on x64 from crashing when info register is invoked. Thanks to Hannes Domani on mingw-w64-public for the fix.
2018-04-26: With the coming GCC 8.1 RC, I have fixed std::thread::hardware_concurrency() and it now reports the number of logical processor cores as expected. Thanks to mstumpf on IRC for the report.
2017-11-05: Optimization is enabled and debugging symbols are stripped from binaries now. This reduces the size of each decompressed package by gigabytes.
2017-09-18: Today's build fixes a handful of bugs in GDB. I suggest you upgrade to it as soon as possible. No other packages are updated.
2017-09-07: Experimental support for colorization of diagnostic messages on Windows 7 and 8 has been enabled since today's build.
2017-08-14: GCC 7.2.1 uploaded today is identical to the released GCC 7.2 except for the version number.
2017-08-09: The next build will be available as soon as GCC 7.2 is released, which could have taken place yesterday apparently.
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