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ARM Embedded GCC 4.7

Posted on Thursday, January 24th, 2013 in ARM, compilers, open source, site by the machinegeek

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Viswa writes that ARM Embedded GCC 4.7 reduces code size and now supports all the three host platforms (Windows, GNU/Linux and MAC OS).

For more details on this relese see the post by Joey Ye, Engineer Manager in ARM, at ARM.com. Download links can be found here.

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