I just downloaded the latest snapshot and am trying to
compile with gcc-3.3.1. I was using 2.95.3 but had
some thoughts regarding better compiler optimizations
after reading some posts by Neal and the responses
(re: the String.cc changes he made).
In any case, I compiled gcc-3.3.1 to not be the main
native compiler, but rather, into the prefix:
Can someone help me with the correct CPP CXX
LIBRARY_PATH compiler environment settings that I
should be setting?
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From: Jim Cole <lists@yg...> - 2003-09-27 06:51:07
On Friday, September 26, 2003, at 11:40 AM, Jessica Biola wrote:
> In any case, I compiled gcc-3.3.1 to not be the main
> native compiler, but rather, into the prefix:
> Can someone help me with the correct CPP CXX
> LIBRARY_PATH compiler environment settings that I
> should be setting?
I would start by setting CC and CXX to the paths of the alternate gcc
and g++ compilers, respectively. Often that is all that is needed.
If you run into problems with depreciated headers, see
http://www.htdig.org/FAQ.html#q3.8. However it is my understanding that
this should no longer be an issue if you are using a current snapshot.