|[Info] Portable Object Compiler email@example.com (David Stes) (1997-07-08)|
|Re: [Info] Portable Object Compiler firstname.lastname@example.org (David Stes) (1997-07-09)|
|Re: [Info] Portable Object Compiler email@example.com (Chris Ebenezer) (1997-07-13)|
|Re: [Info] Portable Object Compiler firstname.lastname@example.org (David Stes) (1997-07-16)|
|From:||"Chris Ebenezer" <email@example.com>|
|Date:||13 Jul 1997 11:35:52 -0400|
|Organization:||Bell Northern Research|
|Keywords:||code, OOP, C|
David Stes (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
: But note that gcc is a two-pass compiler, not a three-pass, as
: this entirely new compiler... gcc doesn't output intermediate C code.
: Having intermediate C code is interesting if you want to use
: Objective-C on some platforms with good native C compilers,
: some new high-end IRIX workstations (MIPS-pro C compiler),
: or some HP-UX workstations with the PA-RISC cc.
Is it possible to compile the compiler using the objective C compiler, or
does the source use extensions not present in gnu-objc ?
The reason I ask, is that it would seem that for certain platforms only
limited binaries are supported, i.e the Linux platform has no 486 binary
and only a few 586 binaries.
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