Public Domain C++ Compiler?

Public Domain C++ Compiler?

Post by Joseph Svitak, Jr » Wed, 13 Jul 1994 23:18:58



Is there any public domain C++ compiler?  If so, where can I find it?
Via Internet anonymous FTP or another way?  Thanks for any info.
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Joe Svitak

The Graduate School and University Center
of the City University of New York



 
 
 

Public Domain C++ Compiler?

Post by Davor Cubran » Fri, 15 Jul 1994 16:03:01


: Is there any public domain C++ compiler?  If so, where can I find it?
: Via Internet anonymous FTP or another way?  Thanks for any info.
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: Joe Svitak
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The best thing you can get (better even that some 'commercial' ones) is
GNU's gcc (C, C++, and Objective-C).  It is not in public domain actually,
but under Copyleft (but, if you are looking for a free compiler, that's it).
It's virtually everywhere, depends which system you want it for.  Home site
is prep.ai.mit.edu, directory /pub/gnu or something like that.

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Davor Cubranic


 
 
 

Public Domain C++ Compiler?

Post by Philip Shott » Fri, 15 Jul 1994 20:39:25


If by 'public domain' you mean 'freely available' then the GNU
compilers should fit the bill admirably. They are not 'public domain'
but may be freely copied, distributed (and of course used). See the
relevant newsgroups in the gnu hierarchy for more details.
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Public Domain C++ Compiler?

Post by Charles Li » Mon, 18 Jul 1994 16:12:31


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