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ASiegel 
Public Release of MorphOS SDK 3.14 - With GCC9 & More!
Posted on 6-Oct-2019 20:01:34
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The MorphOS development team is proud to announce the release of the MorphOS Software Development Kit 3.14 (October 2019).

Our new software development kit advances a number of key technologies enabled by updates to the latest binutils 2.32, ports of the most recent versions of the GCC7, GCC8 and GCC9 compilers as well as a newer perl.

The threading models in GCC5 and up were changed to posix, enabling better libstdc++ compatibility in std::thread, etc thanks to the new ports of libpth and libpthread. A switch to the DWARF2 Exception Handling Model improves performance of C++ code of up to 30 percent. Objective-C ARC is now supported on MorphOS thanks to the introduction of the ObjFW runtime and other advances in compiler ports.

The new SDK requires MorphOS 3.12 and about 3GB of free disk space and can be found in our files section. As always, a separate source package is available for download as well.

Source: morphos-team.net/news

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Fl@sh 
Re: Public Release of MorphOS SDK 3.14 - With GCC9 & More!
Posted on 7-Oct-2019 6:43:06
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@ASiegel

It seems a very good timing to try new morphos and start to develop something..
Good job, well done!

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KimmoK 
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Posted on 7-Oct-2019 13:03:17
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Anyone doing AOS4 SW development on MorphOS (cross compiling to AOS)?



(I know with Hollywood they do, but anyone with modernish GCC?)

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Snorg 
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Posted on 8-Oct-2019 9:28:11
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@ASiegel

All most excellent - even made me price second-hand PPC Mac Minis. Unfortunately I'm too swamped to code as a hobby these days, but maybe in the new year.

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amigadave 
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Posted on 8-Oct-2019 10:55:11
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@ASiegel

Wow!

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