February 02, 2005
Brian Chapman wrote:

> Walter's suspicion was correct. I was indeed using an older version (but yet reading the latest docs). I'm still using GDC-0.08/GCC-3.3.4 (on Mac OS X 10.2.8) because I couldn't get GDC-0.10 to work with GCC-3.3.4 which means I'm probably going to have to download the latest GCC. 

I'm using GDC-0.10 with GCC-3.3.5, but on the latest Mac OS X 10.3.7...

Did you post the compiler errors you get on the digitalmars.D.gnu group?

> However, I live on a puny modem (56k that only connects at 28.8) and so I procrastinate downloading big files a lot, GCC being one of them. But yeah I should get it done nonetheless.

Can't you just order a CD ? Lots of places sell distfiles like gcc.

Still have to get Mango 1.1 to compile with this compiler/platform, though. And of course, there's also the goodies from DMD 0.111/0.112

--anders
February 03, 2005
On 2005-02-02 04:09:14 -0600, =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Anders_F_Bj=F6rklund?= <afb@algonet.se> said:

> Brian Chapman wrote:
> 
>> Walter's suspicion was correct. I was indeed using an older version (but yet reading the latest docs). I'm still using GDC-0.08/GCC-3.3.4 (on Mac OS X 10.2.8) because I couldn't get GDC-0.10 to work with GCC-3.3.4 which means I'm probably going to have to download the latest GCC.
> 
> I'm using GDC-0.10 with GCC-3.3.5, but on the latest Mac OS X 10.3.7...
> 
> Did you post the compiler errors you get on the digitalmars.D.gnu group?

Well, you wont believe this but I went back to nail down the problem so I could tell you what it was and found out it was something really simple, all be it, very odd. Somehow a -Werror flag had creeped into my DFLAGS makefile variable. It was causing GDC to output a sparse object file and leaving a nice .s file in the working directory for each .d file compiled. Took that W flag out and it works fine. Put it back in and weirdness. You know, those GCC guys are never gonna take us seriously with that kind of goofiness going on. ;-)


>> However, I live on a puny modem (56k that only connects at 28.8) and so I procrastinate downloading big files a lot, GCC being one of them. But yeah I should get it done nonetheless.
> 
> Can't you just order a CD ? Lots of places sell distfiles like gcc.

Yeah I used to do that. Place called Cheap Bytes. I don't know if they are still around. It's not so bad if I remember to stick wget on it before I go to bed. ;-)


> Still have to get Mango 1.1 to compile with this compiler/platform, though. And of course, there's also the goodies from DMD 0.111/0.112
> 
> --anders


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