On Wed, 3 May 2006 18:47:35 GMT
"[EMAIL PROTECTED]" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
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> Dear Folks:
> My version of gcc doesn't work (reports errors in code that
> compiles elsewhere). Where can I go to download a later version of
> GNU code for gcc & gdb suitable for a FreeBSD system? I went
> to the GNU site but all I found there was source code ( .c & .h ),
> useless without a working compiler. Also, even if I had found a
> working binary,
> how would I know if it is for FreeBSD , LINUX , Solaris , or some
> other system?
> Are there inexpensive but good working commercial compilers
> suitable for a FreeBSD system? If so, what are they and how can
> their distributors be contacted? What about shareware or freeware?
Have a look through /usr/ports/devel
If you have a recent version of FreeBSD, it will have a recent
version of GCC, and will compile compliant code without trouble.
Since you provided no version information, nor errors, nor examples of
failing code, I can't speculate further.
Collaborative Fusion Inc.
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