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Version 1.07.2 Released

Postby coderJeff » Dec 25, 2020 21:50

Latest FB version 1.07.2 changelog.txt

A couple bug fixes and updates to build scripts and packages.

Highlights:
  • updates to makefile and build scripts
  • gas64 win/lin x86_64 emitter can build the fbc compiler and pass all tests in the test-suite making this the first self hosting release for gas64 (SARG)
  • improvements for linux-arm and linux-aarch64 targets with official download packages for Raspbian9-arm & Ubuntu-20.10-aarch64
  • bootstrap now includes linux-arm and linux-aarch64 targets
  • several minor bug fixes
If you don't need official packages for arm, aarch64, or gas64, then you probably OK to stick with 1.07.1 release until 1.08.0.

For discussion on this release please post in the topic FreeBASIC 1.07 Release Discussion

Most likely package you need is...
Thanks for downloading!

MAIN BUILDS

Windows Binaries (current default is gcc 5.2.0)

Linux Binaries (current default is ubuntu 16.04)

Raspberry PI (Linux) Binaries (current default is raspbian9-arm & ubuntu 20.10-aarch64)

DOS Binaries

Documentation

Source Code

and all the FB downloads can also be found at SourceForge.


FREEBASIC PACKAGES WITH ALTERNATE GCC VERSION

The following packages target different versions of gcc on mingw-w64/mingw32 and mingw-w64/mingw64.

Windows Binaries (mingw-w64 gcc 5.2.0)

Windows Binaries (mingw-w64 gcc 8.1.0)


FREEBASIC PACKAGES BUILT ON/FOR ALTERNATE LINUX (UBUNTU & RASPBIAN9)

Linux Binaries - Ubuntu 14.04

Linux Binaries - Ubuntu 16.04

Linux Binaries - Ubuntu 18.04

Linux Binaries - Ubuntu 20.04

Linux Binaries - Ubuntu 20.10

Linux Binaries - Raspbian9
This is same package as the default, but with a more complete naming


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Note: there is a lot of links here. Hopefully they are all correct. They may have suffered from some cut-and-paste error. If you find an incorrect link, or a problem with a package, please post about it the topic FreeBASIC 1.07 Release Discussion

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