Anyone get GNU G++ 1.36.0 up on 386/ix v2.0.2???
Jack F. Vogel
jackv at turnkey.gryphon.COM
Tue Oct 31 02:03:36 AEST 1989
In article <4 at hite386.UUCP> steve at hite386.UUCP (Steve Hite) writes:
> Has anyone gotten G++ 1.36.0 up and running on Interactive v2.0.2?
>I see postings around for patches to 1.35.1 for 386's but not for 1.36.0
>yet. GCC came up and has been working just fine, using the system's default
>libraries (that is, I'm not using COFF_ENCAPSULATION).
Steve, where did you get 1.36?? I ftp'ed gcc 1.36 from prep.ai.mit.edu this
weekend and I only saw g++ 1.35.1 there.
What I would recommend doing is taking the 1.35.1 coff patches and very
carefully manually applying the needed changes. From the sound of your
linkage errors I would say that you have not made the necessary changes to
the crt0.c code (which when built becomes crt1+.o).
Just for everybody's information, I have finally gotton g++ 1.35.0 to work
under 2.0.2. Previously I could build the compiler, pass, library, but when
I would execute the linked program I would get no output. It turns out there
is also a sysv patch to libg++, once I applied that and rebuilt the library
it all works fine. Both patches are available on tut.cis.ohio-state.edu or
prep.ai.mit.edu, make sure you get them!!
Let us know of your sucess.
On a completely seperate matter, has anyone out there done or seen the
necessary low-level code for 386/ix to get oops v2r2 to work?? I would
like to avoid doing the work myself if it has already been done.
Jack F. Vogel jackv at seas.ucla.edu
AIX Technical Support - or -
Locus Computing Corp. jackv at ifs.umich.edu
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