On Thu, Jan 30, 2003 at 11:27:29AM -0600, Brian Henning wrote:
> I have heard that the new gcc compilers have the ability to compile java
> source code into a binary.
> I was told all I need to do is add the flag -x java and it will work.
> For example: gcc -x java HelloWorld.java
> when i tried this i get the following error:
> gcc: Warning: `-x java' after last input file has no effect
> Where could i find some docs to get this to work?

Install a gcc port and read its documentation.

> PS. i have also heard that there is a compiler gjc that can do the same
> thing
> is that a better way to solve my problem?

It's probably equivalent, but the compiler in the base system doesn't
have java support, so you need to install a gcc port to get the full
compiler suite.


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