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  Install Notes: How I Install MinGW GCC
As of 2020, I am building my own gcc package. See my latest install. Before that, I was using personal builds in the MinGW-w64 "Toolchains targetting..." folders, looking for the folders that have a lot of download activity, but the builds aren't always maintained very promptly these days, hence my effort to build my own package.

My latest gcc 9.3.1 install using my own personal build

Older installs:

gcc 8.3.0 install, using Ray Linn's personal multi-lib toolchain build.

gcc 7.2.0 install, using Mingw-64 automated personal toolchain builds.

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

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

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

"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.

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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