c++ compiler

c++ compiler

Post by Robert Coo » Tue, 04 Aug 1998 04:00:00



Hi,

I'm having a similar problem.  I've found a compiler (GCC), but since I
don't have a C++ compiler on my SparcStation, I can't compile it.  Does
anybody know where I can snag a sparc-binary of GCC?

Thanks,

Robert


>I am new to this whole Unix thing and wonder if anyone knows of an
>inexpensive
>or free c/c++ compiler for Solaris 2.5.1.  for iX86. It is a legit
>install -, but doesn't come with a compiler.
>Any help would be appreciated..

>Nick.

 
 
 

c++ compiler

Post by Timothy J. L » Tue, 04 Aug 1998 04:00:00


|I am new to this whole Unix thing and wonder if anyone knows of an
|inexpensive
|or free c/c++ compiler for Solaris 2.5.1.  for iX86. It is a legit
|install -, but doesn't come with a compiler.

gcc/g++ or egcs plus GNU libstdc++ may be what you are looking
for (egcs is derived from gcc).  They are source code freeware.
However, you need a compiler to compile them.  There are precompiled
gcc bundles from which you can then recompile gcc/g++ or egcs
from the source code (and then compile the GNU libstdc++ for the
libraries).

http://www.sunfreeware.com may be able to help you with the
precompiled gcc bundles.  See ftp://prep.ai.mit.edu/pub/gnu
for gcc/g++ and http://www.cygnus.com for egcs.

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c++ compiler

Post by Jeff Murph » Tue, 04 Aug 1998 04:00:00


just grab a pre-compiled package from

www.sunfreeware.com

and install it.


> Hi,

> I'm having a similar problem.  I've found a compiler (GCC), but since I
> don't have a C++ compiler on my SparcStation, I can't compile it.  Does
> anybody know where I can snag a sparc-binary of GCC?

> Thanks,

> Robert


> >I am new to this whole Unix thing and wonder if anyone knows of an
> >inexpensive
> >or free c/c++ compiler for Solaris 2.5.1.  for iX86. It is a legit
> >install -, but doesn't come with a compiler.
> >Any help would be appreciated..

> >Nick.

 
 
 

c++ compiler

Post by Billy Halse » Wed, 05 Aug 1998 04:00:00



>http://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/solaris/i86pc/

>or

>http://sunsite.unc.edu/pub/solaris/sparc/

>has precompiled bianries in pkg format. :)

>just get gcc-2.x.y and libg++-2.x.y

>s.b.

Note that if you get gcc-2.8.1 you will need libstdc++-2.8.1, not
libg++-2.8.1.

B Halsey

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