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GCC for Windows 64 & 32 bits

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contribute [2016/06/18 13:20]
101.224.231.216 [Implementation of C11 and C++11 Threading Support Without Winpthreads]
contribute [2016/06/18 20:41]
101.224.231.216 How could you mistake `sed` for `seh`? :>
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   * [[http://​blogs.msdn.com/​b/​larryosterman/​archive/​2004/​09/​10/​228068.aspx|Structured Exception Handling Considered Harmful]]   * [[http://​blogs.msdn.com/​b/​larryosterman/​archive/​2004/​09/​10/​228068.aspx|Structured Exception Handling Considered Harmful]]
   * [[http://​www.codeproject.com/​Articles/​422/​SEH-and-C-Exceptions-catch-all-in-one|SEH and C++ Exceptions - catch all in one]]   * [[http://​www.codeproject.com/​Articles/​422/​SEH-and-C-Exceptions-catch-all-in-one|SEH and C++ Exceptions - catch all in one]]
-  * [[https://​gcc.gnu.org/​git/?​p=gcc.git|GCC sources]] and [[https://​gcc.gnu.org/​git/?​p=gcc.git;​a=blob;​f=libgcc/​unwind-seh.c;​hb=HEAD|unwind-sed.c]] in particular. Note that 32-bit SEH is stack-based and requires code-generation unlike 64bits SEH which is simply table-based (that difference explains why the patent only mattered to 32bits).+  * [[https://​gcc.gnu.org/​git/?​p=gcc.git|GCC sources]] and [[https://​gcc.gnu.org/​git/?​p=gcc.git;​a=blob;​f=libgcc/​unwind-seh.c;​hb=HEAD|unwind-seh.c]] in particular. Note that 32-bit SEH is stack-based and requires code-generation unlike 64bits SEH which is simply table-based (that difference explains why the patent only mattered to 32bits).
  
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