Jonathan Gillette wrote:
> Thus far I have been compiling using the gcc-2.95.2 port and using -lobjc in
> the linker commandline. I have been toying around with POC as well, since
> it has further useful extensions for Objective-C and because I'm hoping the
> generated C code will be more compact than what gcc has been generating from
> ObjC so far. Does anyone have any recommendations between GCC and POC?
Why do you think that POC code is going to be more compact than gcc code
Anyway, the major feature of POC is that, that you can use it *without*
gcc. If you have gcc available, I would use gcc ObjC. Besides that gcc
ObjC has also different 'useful extensions' POC doesn't have, eg
You might also want to take a look at the libFoundation library, which
should compile with mingw32 with some tweaks (use the CVS version).
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