GCC, the GNU Compiler Collection

The GNU Compiler Collection includes front ends for C, C++, Objective-C, Fortran, Ada, Go, and D, as well as libraries for these languages (libstdc++,...). GCC was originally written as the compiler for the GNU operating system. The GNU system was developed to be 100% free software, free in the sense that it respects the user's freedom.

We strive to provide regular, high quality releases, which we want to work well on a variety of native and cross targets (including GNU/Linux), and encourage everyone to contribute changes or help testing GCC. Our sources are readily and freely available via SVN and weekly snapshots.

Major decisions about GCC are made by the steering committee, guided by the mission statement.


GCC 7.5 released [2019-11-14]
eBPF support [2019-10-23]
GCC support for the Linux eBPF has been added. This back end was contributed by Jose E. Marchesi on behalf of Oracle.
GCC 9.2 released [2019-08-12]
PRU support [2019-06-12]
GCC support for TI PRU I/O processors has been added.
GCC 9.1 released [2019-05-03]
GNU Tools Cauldron 2019 [2019-04-15]
Will be held in Montréal, Canada, September 12-15 2019
GCC 8.3 released [2019-02-22]
AMD GCN support [2019-01-17]
GCC support for AMD GCN Fiji and Vega GPUs has been added. This back end was contributed by Mentor Graphics.
GCC 7.4 released [2018-12-06]
D front end added [2018-10-29]
The D programming language front end has been added to GCC. This front end was contributed by Iain Buclaw.
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Supported Releases

GCC 9.2 (changes)
Status: 2019-08-12 (regression fixes & docs only).
GCC 8.3 (changes)
Status: 2019-02-22 (regression fixes & docs only).
Development: GCC 10.0 (release criteria, changes)
Status: 2019-11-18 (general bugfixing).

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