On Nov 20, 2009, at 9:01 AM, Anton Shterenlikht wrote:

> On Fri, Nov 20, 2009 at 04:47:41PM +0000, Anton Shterenlikht wrote:
>> Is there a fbsd port of open64 (http://www.open64.net/),
>> or any branched project?
>> 
>> In particular there is a mention of ORC (http://ipf-orc.sourceforge.net/)
>> specifically for ia64, but the pages are very out of date.
>> 
>> And then there's something called Aurora, which seems to be the same
>> as ORC (http://sourceforge.net/projects/ipf-orc/), but also *very*
>> out of date.
> 
> And also there is OpenUH, primarilily for ia64, but linux:
> 
> OpenUH        Source code,
>       IA-64, Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS release 3 and gcc 3.x
>               openuh-alpha.src.tar.gz         90.2 MB

Looks like a branch off of Open64.

> 
> and Path64 (http://www.path64.com/)

I don't believe Path64 has an ia64 backend (it's optimized for amd64),
but that may be pulled from Open64. I think Path64 may be a better
investment than Open64 (for FreeBSD), if the project is more open...

> I understand no fbsd ports for these compilers exist yet?

Correct.

-- 
Marcel Moolenaar
xcl...@mac.com



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