On Wed, 7 Apr 93, I wrote:
Hello Sun Mgrs.
Are there recommendations out there for C compilers for Solaris 1.x/2.x?
any info on marketed products, as well as any public domain stuff would
be greatly appreciated. I'll summarize.
I received multiple responses, With Cygnus Software's gcc the hands down
winner. Thanks to the following:
Aydin Edguar edguer@alpha.CES.CWRU.edu
Peter Shipley firstname.lastname@example.org
Wojtek Sylwestrzak email@example.com
Ian Lumb firstname.lastname@example.org
Susan Thielen email@example.com
Perry Hutchison Perry_Hutchison.Portland@xerox.com
Here is the general consensus:
1. gcc - Cygnus Software, available on Catalyst CDware, volume 4, as well as
prep.ai.mit.edu, aeneas.mit.edu, and ftp.uu.net. Possibility of a g++
compiler here, or on it's way also. Support is available for a fee from
Cygnus. gcc also produces code compatible with 68xxx and 80x86
2. Sun's C Product; contact Dwayne @ 508-442-0723 (SunPro).
3. Centerline Software; call (800)NOW-CNTR for a free demo tape.
4. There was also mention of a multi-processor version in the works from
FSF, for Sloaris 2.x.
Thanks for the help!
Kyle Strohm Denison University Computer Center
System Administrator Granville, Ohio 43023
firstname.lastname@example.org (614) 587-6333
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