Re: GCC Port to Win NT (Peter Magnusson)
Wed, 28 Dec 1994 14:50:44 GMT

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From: (Peter Magnusson)
Keywords: GCC, C++
Organization: int i=0; while(i<4) putchar(((3*i-7)*i-6)*i+++83);
References: 94-12-141
Date: Wed, 28 Dec 1994 14:50:44 GMT

georgew@PrimeNet.Com (George Weinsteiger) writes:

  Well, I "Rounded up all the usual suspects", in my search for GCC ported to
  Windows NT. I have come up empty. So I ask here: Has anyone seen such a

Yupp. But it's semi-commercial, and sold by Congruent. Send an e-mail with
subject "help" to Their product is available on CD-ROM,
and is called ToolBuster. They support Intel, MIPS, and Alpha binaries.

On last look, they offered binutils, gcc 2.x, emacs 19.x, gas, gawk, grep,
gmake, shellutils, perl. They also had a Korn shell. (Note that to use GCC
you'll need a linker, header files, etc---i.e. you'll need the NT SDK.)

Peter Magnusson
Swedish Institute of Computer Science

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