GCC, the GNU Compiler Collection which includes front ends for C, C++, Fortran, Objective-C, Java, Ada, and Go has just reached version 4.6.3.
If the previous version of GCC was just a bug-fix release, GCC 4.6.3 is more substantial, bringing lots of updates. Highlights of GCC 4.6.3:
· Unaligned memory accesses generated for memcpy regressions was fixed;
· ICE with invalid constexpr constructor was fixed;
· Infinite recursion compiling gold binary_test.cc testcase was repaired;
· Incorrect FSF addresses were fixed;
· A potentially wrong code generation due to wrong implict_pure check was fixed;
· A compiler crash when assigning floating point values of different kinds was repaired;
· A bug that appeared when submitting a class pointer to a subroutine was repaired.
A complete version of the massive changelog can be found here
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