I'm new to c programming and microchip and I have microchip mplab project (extension (.mcp) for PIC24). the instructor give us two link to download the software one for the mblap and the other for the compiler.
We are migrating an application from HP-UX B.11.00 to HP-UX B.11.31 and both of them have the same informix version - 7.25se. However the compilers are different on both servers.
HP-UX B.11.00 - has B3913DB C.03.33 HP aC++ Compiler (S800)
HP-UX B.11.31 - has PHSS_40631 1.0 HP C/aC++ Compiler (A.06.24)
We have re-compiled and created all the executables.
Hi everybody. I installed codeblocks - a cross-platform IDE which requires a C/C++ compiler. The GCC GNU compiler was detected. But when I tried to run the program, many lines were displayed in the terminal window out of which one particular line was disturbing:can't find compiler executable in your search path(GNU GCC compiler)
so watch out c compiler binary.
Now the tricky part. The dotted lines are what happens after you compile the C compiler with the back-door code included. In thofse paths, code is getting compiled by the C compiler with the back-door.
I downloaded the source package of gnu-gcc4.7.1 and want to install the gcc/g++ compilers in my ubuntu8.0.4. if I type ./configure; make; from a terminal, it will compile all of compilers, such as java,fortran,...compilers. However, I am only interested in gcc/g++ compilers only.
I am in a need to use AMD Open64 compiler. I wonder how can I add this compiler to Code::Blocks compiler list. I havent found any option like in NetBeans for example, where I could define compiler. Is it at all possible?
Can anyone tell me what the future of the C18 compiler is? I thought that I read that it is approaching end of life soon to be replaced by XC8. So I have been trying to teach my self XC8 but had nothing but problems.