32 bit GCC revealedBy Chris Williams. Published: 20th Nov 2002, 17:04:19 | Permalink | Printable
Experimental for the moment but it works: a free 26/32 bit neutral C/C++ compiler Developers of RISC OS software now have a choice of two compilers for producing 26/32 bit neutral code: Castle's tools and as of today, GCC. GCC for RISC OS is a free compiler developed by a team of hardworking programmers and has recently enjoyed a second 2.95.4 release. Peter Naulls has just now pointed out that he's released his unofficial and experimental version of the C/C++ compiler that can build 26/32 bit neutral code.
"Experimental. No support. Enjoy", is all we got out of him. All the information and downloads you need can be found from the link below.
32 bit GCC for RISC OS
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