|gcc for the ibm370 firstname.lastname@example.org (1991-06-20)|
|Re: gcc for the ibm370 email@example.com (1991-06-25)|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (David Keppel)|
|Organization:||Computer Science & Engineering, U. of Washington, Seattle|
|Date:||Tue, 25 Jun 91 17:08:55 GMT|
email@example.com (Craig Hughes) writes:
>[gcc on a 370?]
First, you should know about the C-on-370s mailing list. Send e-mail to
David Wolfskill; `firstname.lastname@example.org'.
Second, there is an unsupported machine description for the 370 for gcc.
As far as I know, the code is completely unsupported. If it doesn't work,
you there's nobody to go to (it's not a piece of Free Software Foundation
For no particularly good reason I've put a copy of it available via
anonymous ftp from `cs.washington.edu' (188.8.131.52) in
`pub/pardo/gcc370.shar.Z'; be sure to transfer the file in binary mode.
The file will disappear in a couple weeks. The file is originally from
`FUNIC.FUNET.FI' in `pub/gnu/unsupported', also as `gcc370.shar.Z'. Since
that machine is connected to the rest of the world via a slow modem you're
probably better off getting it from `cs.washington.edu' if you can.
Third, according to my contact ``you are probably better off if you can
wait for NEW gcc 2.0 based version.'' I'm not sure if that's to say
``you're better off if you can wait'' or ``the 2.0 version will be
better'' :-) I'm hesitant to post the address of the person working on the
2.0 md, but if anybody wants to be a beta send me e-mail and I'll forward
it. Beware though that it may be a while before 2.0 is even up for beta.
;-D on ( The creature from the back da' room ) Pardo
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