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Macports, here.

The MacPorts Project is an open-source community initiative to design an easy-to-use system for compiling, installing, and upgrading either command-line, X11 or Aqua based open-source software on the OS X operating system. To that end we provide the command-line driven MacPorts software package under a BSD 3-Clause License, and through it easy access to thousands of ports that greatly simplify the task of compiling and installing open-source software on your Mac.

We provide a single software tree that attempts to track the latest release of every software title (port) we distribute, without splitting them into “stable” Vs. “unstable” branches, targeting mainly the current OS X release (OS X 10.10 Yosemite) and the immediately previous two (OS X 10.9 Mavericks and OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion). There are currently 17009 ports in our tree, distributed among 84 different categories, and more are being added on a regular basis.

emacs version 24.4, here

Two Emacs manuals, the GNU Emacs manual and An Introduction to Programming in Emacs Lisp, can be purchased in printed form from the FSF store. These manuals, along with the Emacs Lisp Reference Manual and several other manuals documenting major modes and other optional features, can also be read online. They are also distributed with Emacs in Info format; type C-h i in Emacs to view them.

GNU Emacs manual Read Online Purchase
An Introduction to Programming in Emacs Lisp Read Online Purchase
Emacs Lisp Reference Manual Read Online (out of print)
Other Emacs manuals Read Online
The Emacs distribution includes the full source code for the manuals, as well as several Emacs Reference Cards in various languages.

The Emacs FAQ is here. The Emacs on MS Windows FAQ is here. (These FAQs and their source code are part of the Emacs distribution.)

gcc 4.9.2, here.

Intel AVX-512 support [2014-02-17]
Intel AVX-512 support was added to GCC. That includes inline assembly support, new registers and extending existing ones, new intrinsics, and basic autovectorization. Code was contributed by Sergey Guriev, Alexander Ivchenko, Maxim Kuznetsov, Sergey Lega, Anna Tikhonova, Ilya Tocar, Andrey Turetskiy, Ilya Verbin, Kirill Yukhin and Michael Zolotukhin of Intel, Corp.

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