On Wed, 2015-08-12 at 09:08 +0200, Ard Biesheuvel wrote:
> Is there any reason these are kept out of sync? Are UNIXGCC and CYGGCC
> known to be widely used in some particular environment? If not, I
> think it makes sense to merge them, i.e., retain the UNIXGCC and
> CYGGCC toolchain names, but make them use the same options for IA32
> and X64 as GCC44 - GCC49 do. (UNIXGCC and CYGGCC are unversioned, so
> it is unclear which GCC version they expect anyway)

That would seem to make sense.

FWIW it doesn't actually build with MinGW (which is what UNIXGCC is)
these days anyway. You might make it work with -fstack-check=specific: 

David Woodhouse                            Open Source Technology Centre
david.woodho...@intel.com                              Intel Corporation

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