VANYA wrote:If so, then I don't know what deltarho is applauding...
I have been shouting for a gcc 8.x default for quite a while and reckon that coderJeff going for 9.3 was a bold move and deserved of applause.
coderJeff wrote:- FYI, GDB not usable, no GDB included
is of no consequence to me because I don't use debuggers. gcc 8.x is in the same position.
Note that gcc 5.2 has not been relegated to the long grass but will be available as an additional toolchain.
I have received a 1.08.0/9.3SJLJ build from my anonymous German friend. With full gcc optimization, it is producing the smallest Encrypternet binary that I have seen so far; beating gcc 8.3. I have done a few encryption/decryption, and it is doing what it is supposed to do. Obviously, more testing is required, but I have a feeling that coderJeff has done us proud.