Compiling with GCC 5.0

Michael Cronenworth mike at
Thu Feb 19 02:15:08 CST 2015

On 02/19/2015 12:13 AM, Austin English wrote:
> Start by compiling vanilla wine, to make sure it's not one of the staging patches.
Leaving out wine-staging does not fix it.
> That said, it's more likely a change in gcc. I've noticed breakages in wine64 for 
> a few major gcc version changes. You'll definitely want to take advantage of git 
> bisect run for this. See, 
>, et al.
> More explicitly, you'll need a shell script that:
> Builds gcc, installs it somewhere, then uses that gcc to compile wine64 (and 
> 32-bit, you need both), then run wineboot. It should exit 125 for any compiling 
> issues, 0 for success, non-zero/125 otherwise. git will do the rest, but it will 
> take a while (took ~30 hours on a decent workstation the last time I tried).
I'll try to setup git-bisect runs when I have a chance.


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