That build for ArchLinux took 3 minutes and 9 seconds time on AMD Ryzen 3950X (I used -j24 not
-j32): Last DJGPP native build for DJGPP of gcc-10.1.0 took slightly more than 12 hours on my old
Lenovo notebook (Core 2 Duo T5870, Windows Vista Business). I guess that difference is much greater
than difference of performance of both CPUs. So if there will be no unexpected problems I could
could some build tomorrow morning.
Preparing for making ZIP packages for DJGPP: renaming files, creating header.gcc files, removing
unnecessary files etc. is now done with C++ program instead of old PERL script even if that PERL
script has not yet removed only "collected some mold", This C++ program used std::filesystem so we
can do at lesat some check that it actually works.
PS. The problem that prevented use of build of gcc-10.1.0 with LFN disabled or not available should
be fixed in upcoming build