Limited support for the C++ language has been committed to the development tree (1 January 2012)
1.0 Release The first release of pcc for decades (1 April 2011)
Portable C Compiler Update (12 Sep 2010)
PCC can now build a working OpenBSD kernel for x86 (29 Dec 2009)
AMD64 functionality is complete! (23 Jun 2009)
C99 functionality is complete! (20 May 2009)
Work completes second step of C99 functionality (20 Apr 2009)
PCC funding at BSDFund.org Announcing the Portable C Compiler Fund
PCC lectures at NYCBSDCon Anders Magnusson spoke about the design and implementation of the Portable C Compiler and Michael Shalayeff discussed porting PCC.
Ported to PDP11 "Initial port to pdp11. Currently generates almost as good code as the Richie C compiler. Target OS is 2.11BSD."
f77 now working (somewhat) "Now at least "Hello World" works" (for Fortran 77 driver)
Version wrapped to 0.9.9. "Pcc now supports all C99 language constructs (I hope), so wrap to 0.9.9."
Compiling NetBSD with another compiler. Initial public announcement: "If someone wants to look at the compiler ..."