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Where can I find good/free "C" and "C++" compiler on WINDOWS 98 platform....

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    Where can I find good/free "C" and "C++" compiler on WINDOWS 98 platform.


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    Jai wrote: 

    Try alt.lang.fortran.advocacy.

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    Really, what does this have to do with programming on UNIX?

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    "Jai" <nt.com> wrote in
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    A Google search might have turned up:

    http://www.delorie.com/djgpp/

    if you had tried.

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    Eric Sosman wrote: 
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    > Try alt.lang.fortran.advocacy.
    >
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    > com[/ref]

    is Jai an alias for David Frank?
    Wolfgang Guest

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    On Thu, 4 Dec 2003 10:28:39 -0600
    "Jai" <nt.com> wrote:
     
    Since most of the other answers are asinine.
    gcc and g++ are available for Windows98 via CYGWIN.
    http://www.cygwin.com/

    http://www.mingw.org/
    http://www.bloodshed.net/
    http://www.research.att.com/sw/tools/uwin/
    Note that gcc + g++ are downloaded separately.

    Your best choice is to install Linux or FreeBSD and dump Windows.


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    On Sat, 6 Dec 2003, Jerry Feldman wrote:
     

    s/Linux or FreeBSD/Solaris/ ;-)

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    Is there a free C++ compiler for Mac OSX?

    On 12/4/03 11:28 AM, in article bqnn95$gj0$ca.nortel.com, "Jai"
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    Manuel Guest

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    Rich Teer <com> writes:
     
    >
    > s/Linux or FreeBSD/Solaris/ ;-)[/ref]

    Solaris is a nice OS, but you can't mess with kernel internals, which
    can be useful sometimes. Well, maybe not for someone coming directly
    from mswindows.

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    Manuel Derieux <net> writes:
     
    >
    > Is there a free C++ compiler for Mac OSX?[/ref]

    Isn't GCC included? If not, you can get a copy for free.

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    Manuel Derieux <net> writes: 

    g++ is shipped with your OSX distribution. You might have to install
    the Developer CD.
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    Rich Teer <com> wrote: 
     [/ref]
     

    And how does that supply a C-compiler ???

    SUN has been refusing to supply C-compiler since early 90
    ( they stripped it off and hoped to increase sales of
    additional software)


    s/Solaris/FreeBSD/g


     

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    ipsec.nu wrote:

    :>> Your best choice is to install Linux or FreeBSD and dump Windows.

    :> s/Linux or FreeBSD/Solaris/ ;-)

    : And how does that supply a C-compiler ???

    : SUN has been refusing to supply C-compiler since early 90
    : ( they stripped it off and hoped to increase sales of
    : additional software)

    They changed their mind around Solaris 8.0 and include GCC on their
    Software Companion CD.


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    On Sun, 21 Dec 2003 ipsec.nu wrote:
     

    Quite simply: gcc is included in the media kit, and is available
    as a free download. As is Sun's own compiler.
     

    You're about 3 or 4 years out of date - do try to keep up. :-)

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    Rich Teer <com> wrote:
    # On Sun, 21 Dec 2003 ipsec.nu wrote:
    #
    # > And how does that supply a C-compiler ???
    #
    # Quite simply: gcc is included in the media kit, and is available
    # as a free download. As is Sun's own compiler.
    #
    # > SUN has been refusing to supply C-compiler since early 90
    # > ( they stripped it off and hoped to increase sales of
    # > additional software)
    #
    # You're about 3 or 4 years out of date - do try to keep up. :-)

    A lot of code into the year 2000 still was K+R compatiable and
    made prototyping conditional because the only free compiler Sun
    offered for so long was an archaic K+R one. pcc? 3 or 4 years may
    be a long time to you, but its nothing once you get a reputation.

    SGI is doing the same thing with their compiler, so the gcc port
    is much easier to use now.

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    net 
    > [/ref]

    >
    >And how does that supply a C-compiler ???[/ref]

    All the free unices come with GNU gcc.
    cLIeNUX Guest

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    On Mon, 29 Dec 2003 06:32:10 -0000
    (cLIeNUX user) wrote:
     
    > > 
    > > 
    > >
    > >And how does that supply a C-compiler ???[/ref]
    >
    > All the free unices come with GNU gcc.[/ref]
    And most of the commercial Unixes also provide GCC on their platform in
    addition to their commercial compilers.

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