June 12th 2017 Toolchain Release It's been a month since the last stable toolchain release, which seems like a good time for another one. Here's the changes since the last release: binutils * GP-relative disassembly hints are working again. * 32-bit BFDs can handle 64-bit objects. * c.li, c.andi, and c.addiw disassembly correctly. gcc * A new "-mstrict-align" option is availiable, which enforces strict alignment. Without this argument the compiler assumes unaligned operations are slow instead of assuming they're illegal. This is meant to be used in machine-mode code on platforms that don't support unaligned accesses. * Sub-XLEN PIC loads now extend correctly. * An internal compiler error related to sub-word moves has been fixed. glibc * The initial GP generation cannot be relaxed. newlib * We are using a version based on 2.5. riscv-gnu-toolchain * The prerequisite libraries are downloaded correctly again. * There is a "--with-guile" flag
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