This is a tracking bug for Change: Changes/MinGW environment and toolchain update
For more details, see: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Changes/F34MingwEnvToolchainUpdate
Update the MinGW base environment and toolchain to the latest upstream stable releases.
Today we reached the Completion deadline (testable) milestone in the Fedora schedule. All approved changes should be in a testable state. If you change is testable, please indicate this by setting the status to MODIFIED.
If you need to defer the change to Fedora 35 or withdraw the change entirely, please indicate this in a comment and NEEDINFO bcotton.
The 100% code complete deadline is Tuesday 23 February. By that date, your change should be fully implemented and the tracking bug set to ON_QA.
For other Fedora 34 milestones, see https://fedorapeople.org/groups/schedule/f-34/f-34-key-tasks.html
This has partially landed (mingw-w64-8.0.0 is now in Rawhide/F34).
mingw-binutils-3.36 is deferred to the next MinGW Toolchain update (once the native binutils is updated to 3.36).
mingw-gcc-11.0 is deferred to the next MinGW Toolchain update (blocked by https://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=97618).
Reminder: The change complete (100% complete) deadline for Fedora 34 changes is Tuesday 23 February. At that point, changes should be 100% code complete, along with supporting documentation where appropriate. Please indicate this by setting the tracker bug for your change to ON_QA.
Today is the change complete (100% complete) deadline for Fedora 34 changes. At this point, changes should be 100% code complete, along with supporting documentation where appropriate. Please indicate this by setting the tracker bug for your change to ON_QA. If you need to defer this change to Fedora 35, please set the version to 'rawhide'.
As a reminder, the Beta freeze is now in effect.
It's as complete as it will be for F35, namely everything landed except the GCC update. That one is deferred to the next cycle.
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