|[Files] GCC Installer 1.0||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 19-Oct-2004 18:50 GMT by Amon_Re||14 comments|
I would just like to inform everyone that GCC Installer is now available for download here.
GCC Installer will install the following things on your Amiga:|
tar, gzip & sh
Also included, but not autoinstalled:
Optionally downloaded & installed:
AmigaOS 3.9 NDK
GCC Installer consists out of repackaged GPL'd software, with links to the original files, including the GNU licence(s).
Support for GCC Installer will only be available on the forums on the following site:
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|Comment 1||Christoph Gutjahr||Registered user||19-Oct-2004 16:56 GMT|
|Comment 2||Amon_Re||Registered user||19-Oct-2004 17:02 GMT|
|Comment 3||Amon_Re||Registered user||19-Oct-2004 17:05 GMT|
|Comment 4||James Carroll||20-Oct-2004 03:36 GMT|
|Comment 5||Fabio Alemagna||Registered user||20-Oct-2004 06:52 GMT|
|GCC Installer 1.0 : Comment 6 of 14||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Anonymous (220.127.116.11) on 20-Oct-2004 08:33 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 5 (Fabio Alemagna):|
> Hum, sometimes reading documentation help. That's how I got to install m78k gcc, back in the days, in about 5 minutes, after having downloaded all needed archives.
It still helps to have an automated installation that generates inlines, deals with such annoyances as the inability to unpack tar (with softlinks) under an emulator that does not support softlinks in its directory filesystem etc. Reading the documentation of gcc and fd2pragma alone takes thirty minutes. If an installer eliminates that, it seems to be a good idea.
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