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D.gnu - GDC Mac for Jaguar?

reply "mK" <memsom interalpha.co.uk> writes:
Does GDC or GDCMac support or compile for Jaguar (OS X 10.2.8 to be
precise)?

My G3 only supports up to this version without messing about with
XPostfacto, so I'd love to use GDC on Jaguar.

TIA,

M
Nov 18 2005
parent reply =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Anders_F_Bj=F6rklund?= <afb algonet.se> writes:
mK wrote:

 Does GDC or GDCMac support or compile for Jaguar (OS X 10.2.8 to be
 precise)?
 
 My G3 only supports up to this version without messing about with
 XPostfacto, so I'd love to use GDC on Jaguar.

It might, but you need to bootstrap it using GCC33+ (which is why this isn't on the "gdcmac" project) i.e. first compile a regular GCC 3.x, and then use that to compile the GDC version (requires GCC>3.1) --anders PS. In theory that should work for Puma as well... At the moment I don't have either set up, but I do have the old OS X discs here (somewhere).
Nov 18 2005
parent reply "mK" <memsom interalpha.co.uk> writes:
 It might, but you need to bootstrap it using GCC33+
 (which is why this isn't on the "gdcmac" project)

XCode aside, do the command line utils from Panther onwards work with Jaguar? (i.e. GCC etc.) M
Nov 18 2005
parent =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Anders_F_Bj=F6rklund?= <afb algonet.se> writes:
mK wrote:

 XCode aside, do the command line utils from Panther
 onwards work with Jaguar? (i.e. GCC etc.)

If you can install new Xcode Tools on an old system ? No. (at least not Apple's, you could compile your own) But if you upgrade, you get the old compilers as well. --anders
Nov 18 2005