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?
I have a scenario where I want the compiler to round the floating point values towards zero or towards minus infinity. It needs to be done only through compiler options and I was unable to find any compiler options regarding this where as a similar method is available for xlf compiler for AIX platform.
Is there any way to do this in Linux using ifort compiler?
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