I'm new to this. Which linux distribution would you all recommend
Debian, Red Hat or Slackware?
I want to be able to run BMRT which is a rendering program which needs the ELF
If you "web page" it, they will come...
I'm glad to hear that there *is* such an effort; it would be
worth your while to have some sort of web page as a contact point
for people to have a way of determining that activity is going on,
and to provide a way of people potentially contributing to it.
I would be happier if I heard that the plans were to build a front
end *to* GCC such that there'd be no interim C code generation; it
makes things easier to manage when there's not an interim form for
people to twiddle with. Of course, that's "easy for me to say."
I've put a link on my page <http://www.hex.net/~cbbrowne/languages.html>
concerning "GNU COBOL."
You'd no doubt get more participation if there was an announcement; a "call
for participation" could logically be posted to such places as:
At some point, it may even make sense to contact an organization such as
Cygnus, that has done and sponsored a *lot* of work on GCC, and might well
have an interest in "making COBOL happen."
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