Subject: Re: [suse-axp] ccc on SuSE?
From: Martin Kahlert (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun Oct 10 1999 - 23:57:10 PDT
Quoting Lennart Börjeson (LennartB@cinnober.com):
> I thought I'd give Compaq's c-compiler a try and installed it. It installed,
> although with a couple of warnings like "only tested on RedHat, you're on
> your own... Good Luck!".
> Well, even when compiling something simple like "Hello, World!", it
> complains about not being able to find "stddef.h". Adn it's right, there is
> no stddef.h in /usr/include.
You only have a chance, if you do a
ln -s /usr/lib/gcc-lib/(whatsoever) /usr/lib/gcc-lib/redhat(something)
Then rerun the configuration script.
For details look into the /usr/lib/compaq/ccc-*/bin/(configuration-script)
(Sorry, my alpha is at home.)
After that you should be able to compile and use the header files, but
there is a big problem with lnxcc not finding __setjmp.
This seems to be a glibc problem with SuSE..
I could not use this compiler because of that. I wrote a bugmail
and received a note, that compaq will release another beta, which
should work on SuSE systems, too.
Hope that helps,
-- esa$ gcc -Wall -o ariane5 ariane5.c ariane5.c: 666: warning: long float implicitly truncated to unsigned type esa$ ariane5
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