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The following GNU GCC compilers are supported:

See GCC Support for additional information about usage and known limitations. 

GNU GCC 4.0.x

  • Compiler acronym: gcc_4_0
  • Host OS: Windows, Linux
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended

GNU GCC 4.0.x (x86_64)

  • Compiler acronym: gcc_4_0-64
  • Host OS: Linux
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended

GNU GCC 4.1.x

  • Compiler acronym: gcc_4_1
  • Host OS: Windows, Linux
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended

GNU GCC 4.1.x (x86_64)

  • Compiler acronym: gcc_4_1-64
  • Host OS: Linux
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended

GNU GCC 4.2.x

  • Compiler acronym: gcc_4_2
  • Host OS: Windows, Linux
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended

GNU GCC 4.2.x (x86_64)

  • Compiler acronym: gcc_4_2-64
  • Host OS: Linux
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended

GNU GCC 4.3.x

  • Compiler acronym: gcc_4_3
  • Host OS: Windows, Linux
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended

GNU GCC 4.3.x (x86_64)

  • Compiler acronym: gcc_4_3-64
  • Host OS: Linux
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended

GNU GCC 4.4.x

  • Compiler acronym: gcc_4_4
  • Host OS: Windows, Linux
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended

GNU GCC 4.4.x (x86_64)

  • Compiler acronym: gcc_4_4-64
  • Host OS: Linux
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended

GNU GCC 4.5.x

  • Compiler acronym: gcc_4_5
  • Host OS: Windows, Linux
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended

GNU GCC 4.5.x (x86_64)

  • Compiler acronym: gcc_4_5-64
  • Host OS: Linux
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended

GNU GCC 4.6.x

  • Compiler acronym: gcc_4_6
  • Host OS: Windows, Linux
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended

GNU GCC 4.6.x (x86_64)

  • Compiler acronym: gcc_4_6-64
  • Host OS: Linux
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended

GNU GCC 4.7.x

  • Compiler acronym: gcc_4_7
  • Host OS: Windows, Linux
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended

GNU GCC 4.7.x (x86_64)

  • Compiler acronym: gcc_4_7-64
  • Host OS: Linux
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended

GNU GCC 4.8.x

  • Compiler acronym: gcc_4_8
  • Host OS: Windows, Linux
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended

GNU GCC 4.8.x (x86_64)

  • Compiler acronym: gcc_4_8-64
  • Host OS: Windows, Linux
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended

GNU GCC 4.9.x

  • Compiler acronym: gcc_4_9
  • Host OS: Windows, Linux
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended

GNU GCC 4.9.x (x86_64)

  • Compiler acronym: gcc_4_9-64
  • Host OS: Windows, Linux
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended

GNU GCC 5.x

  • Compiler acronym: gcc_5
  • Host OS: Windows, Linux
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended

GNU GCC 5.x (x86_64)

  • Compiler acronym: gcc_5-64
  • Host OS: Windows, Linux
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended

GNU GCC 6.x

  • Compiler acronym: gcc_6
  • Host OS: Windows, Linux
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended

GNU GCC 6.x (x86_64)

  • Compiler acronym: gcc_6-64
  • Host OS: Windows, Linux
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended

GNU GCC 7.x

  • Compiler acronym: gcc_7
  • Host OS: Windows, Linux
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended

GNU GCC 7.x (x86_64)

  • Compiler acronym: gcc_7-64
  • Host OS: Windows, Linux
  • Supported practices: Full support
  • Support level: Extended

About Support Levels

  • Extended: Support has been validated with extended testing and is approved for use in safety-critical software development.
  • Standard: Support has been validated with standard testing and is approved for use in non-safety critical software development.
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