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mingwrt-3.22 and w32api-3.18 released

Keith Marshall-3
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Folks,

I've published new releases of each of the above; you may upgrade via
the mingw-get GUI, or the mingw-get CLI, (after first performing a
catalogue update), or manually, according to your preference.

These releases, (likely to be the last of the 3.x series, and the base
for progression to 5.x), comprise primarily bug-fixes and a code base
clean up; beyond this, the following features have been added:

- - Platform identification macros, which previously supported only
  equivalence mapping to Microsoft's _M_IX86, have been extended to
  include mappings to Microsoft's equivalents for more recent Intel
  processors.

- - Host version specification, based on the NTDDI_VERSION macro, has
  been back-ported from the (now defunct) w32api-4.x implementation.
  Unlike Microsoft's (apparently) inadequately engineered variant of
  this, MinGW.org's implementation will automatically synchronize
  between NTDDI_VERSION and _WIN32_WINNT, thus relieving the user of
  the onus for specifying both.

- - Symbolic naming for MSVCRT.DLL vs. its non-free derivatives has
  been introduced.

- - The MemoryBarrier() macro has been back-ported from w32api-4.x,
  and modified to introduce the appropriate GCC intrinsic function,
  or equivalent assembly code, strictly inline; (the w32api-4.x
  implementation was broken, in terms of both intrinsic selection
  and fall-back assembly code).

- - The MinGW.org printf() replacement functions, (as selected when
  compiling with -ansi, -posix, or any -std=... option which enables
  __STRICT_ANSI__, or when any of the _GNU_SOURCE, _BSD_SOURCE,
  _XOPEN_SOURCE, or _POSIX_C_SOURCE feature test macros is defined
  *before* including any system header file), now supports POSIX
  standard "%n$*m$..." positional argument format specifications.

For full details of all changes, since previous releases, see:
https://sourceforge.net/p/mingw/mingw-org-wsl/ci/legacy/tree/mingwrt/ChangeLog
https://sourceforge.net/p/mingw/mingw-org-wsl/ci/legacy/tree/w32api/ChangeLog

Please report bugs, as instructed at:
http://www.mingw.org/Reporting_Bugs

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Regards,
Keith.

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