Mark Mitchell recently announced the release of GCC 3.3.1, including "a very large number of bug-fixes relative to GCC 3.3". The complete (and lengthy) list of bug-fixes can be found here. Mark goes on to add, "The next release of GCC will be GCC 3.3.2, which will be a bug-fix release." GCC is the GNU Compiler Collection.
Read on for the complete release announcement.
From: Mark Mitchell To: gcc-announce Subject: GCC 3.3.1 Released Date: Fri, 8 Aug 2003 11:00:12 -0700 The GCC 3.3.1 release is now available from the sites listed at: http://www.gnu.org/order/ftp.html This release contains a very large number of bug-fixes relative to GCC 3.3. Scroll to the bottom of: http://gcc.gnu.org/gcc-3.3/changes.html for a complete list of bugs fixed. The next release of GCC will be GCC 3.3.2, which will be a bug-fix release. As always, there are far too many people involved in the development and testing of GCC to name them all, but I would like to recognize a few people whose efforts made it notably easier for me to manage this release: In alphabetical order: - Joe Buck, for producing our release notes. - Wolfgang Bangerth and Andrew Pinski for classifying and triaging lots of bugs. - Janis Johnson for tracking down the causes of numerous regressions. I've also been asked to mention Paolo Carlini's -- Mark Mitchell CodeSourcery, LLC