There are only a few things to report for this month:
* GDB now supports the compilation and injection of source code into the inferior. GDB will use GCC 5.0 or higher built with libcc1.so to compile the source code to object code, and if successful, inject and execute that code within the current context of the inferior. Currently the C language is supported. The commands used to interface with this new feature are:
compile code [-raw|-r] [--] [source code]
compile file [-raw|-r] filename
* The binutils now supports Controls and Data Services VISIUMcore processor.
* GCC's LTO optimizer can now perform aggressive devirtualizations, finding more places where virtual functions can be replaced with real ones. Controlled by the new command line option: -fdevirtualize-at-ltrans, this feature is disabled by default because it significantly increases the size of object files.
* The PowerPC port supports three new options to control the use of the vector/scalar floating point register set that was add in version 2.06 and 2.07 of the PowerPC ISA.
Generates code that uses the scalar double precision instructions.
Generates code that uses the scalar single precision instructions.
Do not generate code that uses any of the registers.