> By chance has anyone got gnu pascal (2.0) to compile on 5.0.4? It said it
> required gcc 188.8.131.52 which I got but it doesn't compile either. Keeps
> looking for rcc or something that isn't part of SCO's developement system.
> I'd like to have gnu pascal to play with.
rcc is an AT&T C compiler included in the SCO SDK. Problem is, that if
your source requires this, it might also require ld and tsort and other
SCO utilities - and the SCO SDK isn't cheap. Otoh, you just might be
able to get away with a command-line fix, if your source includes a
'configure'. For example, PHP source lokks for a c++ compiler and if it
can't find it, the configure barfs. But, if you give it "CXX=gcc -O3
-etc ./configure" it's quite happy, goes ahead and the Makefiles,
binaries and libraries get built.
Search for this possibility in the 1001 gcc ref docs!
Incidentally, try and change your gcc 2.7.2 to 2.8.1. It's _much_ better
(I never got 2.7.2 to work properly!).
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