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  Install Notes: How I Install MinGW GCC
As of 5-23-2014, I've been regularly staying on the latest Mingw-64 release of gcc that has a minimum sub-version of 2 (e.g. 4.6.2, 4.7.2, 4.8.2...). This is very easy to do now that the MinGW-w64 "Toolchains targetting..." folders have automated personal builds. Look for the folders that have a lot of download activity. That's an indicator of what people are using.


1. My latest gcc 6.3.0 install, using Mingw-64 automated personal toolchain builds.

Older installs:

2. My latest gcc 5.4.0 install, using Mingw-64 automated personal toolchain builds.

3. My latest gcc 4.6.3-1 package, using Ruben Vandamme's distros.

4. My "Omni-package" using Ferreri Gabriele's distros: Useful if you want a package that you can set up on any Windows PC (32-bit or 64-bit) which can compile to either 32-bit or 64-bit exes.

5. 64-bit gcc multilib, again using Ferreri Gabriele's distros: Useful if you just want something for your 64-bit Windows 7 PC which can compile both 32-bit and 64-bit exes.



 
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