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Offline dammy

Re: First serious question....
« Reply #15 on: October 09, 2003, 05:40:48 PM »
by Kronos on 2003/10/9 11:45:12


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AROS-gcc (actually Linux-gcc started with a small script) does not support C++ Has something to do with missing link-libs and I ran into that the hard way ~1 year ago (yeah finally I had everything compiled only to let the linker show me it's finger ).


Hope that will change someday soon,but don't hold your breath.


There is indeed a Bounty (#4) on it.  We have one dev looking into it but wants to split it up between C and C++.  So far, the reactions aren't positive in splitting up the GCC into C and C++ parts for the bounty.

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Offline Treke

Re: First serious question....
« Reply #16 on: October 09, 2003, 07:13:06 PM »
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by DonnyEMU on 2003/10/9 12:00:40

Someone should port the Mono framework to AROS.. and bypass much of the issues and provide an OOP evironment... It would give us a C# and VB like BASIC compiler... Also it would give us a very nice non-oop restricted environment that's cross platform..



Huh.
As dammy said, it's not a job for a lonely developer ( not even tens of them - they can spend a life on it).  And, I never saw Mono in action, but .NET is not so responsive as one can think , i.e not suitable for some serious (i.e big projects )application development with defined responses ...
Second, a .NET Hello world app has a memory footprint of about 10Mb, running under WinXP.
I'm not sure what will be a killer argument for Amiga then ;-)

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Offline Karlos

Re: First serious question....
« Reply #17 on: October 10, 2003, 12:53:04 AM »
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Kronos wrote:
@Karlos

AROS-gcc (actually Linux-gcc started with a small script) does not
support C++  :-x  Has something to do with missing link-libs and I ran
into that the hard way ~1 year ago (yeah finally I had everything compiled
only to let the linker show me it's finger  :-o ).


Bummer :-( Still, the rate ,y project is running at the moment, aros gcc c++ support may be fixed by the time it's ready to port :-(
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