[ANN] gfortran, gcc & c++ (4.3.0) binaries for windows are available for download

Discussion in 'C Programming' started by post, Mar 10, 2008.

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    post Guest

    If you would like to enjoy free compilers, as stated in the subject, the
    binaries with manuals [27+ MB] are available for download at
    www.Equation.com

    The distribution includes gcc, gfortran, and c++, and supports openmp. It
    works well if settings (environment variables) are not messed up. For
    example,

    (1) gcc example

    C:\openmp>
    C:\openmp>gcc -fopenmp -o c1.exe c1.c

    C:\openmp>dir c1.exe
    Volume in drive C has no label.
    Volume Serial Number is F825-160C

    Directory of C:\openmp

    03/09/08 07:04p 9,216 c1.exe

    (2) gfortran example
    C:\openmp>gfortran -fopenmp -o f1.exe f1.f90

    C:\openmp>dir f1.exe
    Volume in drive C has no label.
    Volume Serial Number is F825-160C

    Directory of C:\openmp

    03/09/08 07:06p 137,216 f1.exe

    (3) c++ example
    C:\TEMP\c++>c++ -o 1.exe 1.cpp

    C:\TEMP\c++>dir 1.exe
    Volume in drive C has no label.
    Volume Serial Number is F825-160C

    Directory of C:\TEMP\c++

    03/09/08 07:07p 444,928 1.exe
    post, Mar 10, 2008
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  2. Re: [ANN] gfortran, gcc & c++ (4.3.0) binaries for windows areavailable for download

    On Mon, 10 Mar 2008 00:19:44 +0000, post wrote:

    > If you would like to enjoy free compilers, as stated in the subject, the
    > binaries with manuals [27+ MB] are available for download at
    > www.Equation.com


    For Windows? Send it to Gates, Ballmer and their minions so they
    can stick it - well, you know.
    Ivar Rosquist, Mar 10, 2008
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    Gerry Ford Guest

    "Ivar Rosquist" <> wrote in message
    news:p...
    > On Mon, 10 Mar 2008 00:19:44 +0000, post wrote:
    >
    >> If you would like to enjoy free compilers, as stated in the subject, the
    >> binaries with manuals [27+ MB] are available for download at
    >> www.Equation.com

    >
    > For Windows? Send it to Gates, Ballmer and their minions so they
    > can stick it - well, you know.
    >

    I'll begin with the necessary usenet insult. Apparently your family shops
    for OS's at the same place it shops for names.

    I would like to describe how this grateful user of the gnu compiler
    collection installs it.

    The download is tolerable with a dial-up. Certainly not quick.
    equation.com has had the best manuals that I've found with open source. So
    given that you want the binaries, the documentation, and the mingw stuff,
    you simply find a way to get it to your machine.

    Before you commit to installation, this is how a popular OS sees it:
    http://zaxfuuq.net/fortran196895.jpg . I found something reassuring about
    seeing the letters FX in the description. I contend that FX has the coolest
    initials in usenet. Of course sfx could mean sans fx. anyways.

    Open-source distros don't assault your registry like many free or
    foisted-upon-you software packages might. They put the docs in a directory
    in program files. To remove, use explorer.
    http://zaxfuuq.net/fortran196896.jpg . How exciting is it to see this?
    http://zaxfuuq.net/fortran196897.jpg .

    And this is what it looks like: http://zaxfuuq.net/fortran196898.jpg . I
    have a lot of question here, but now isn't the time. As you can see, I
    placed it near to the root, in a folder that I had created before
    installtion directly off the root. For lack of a better appellation, I
    called the folder equation. The install wants to put the folder 'gcc' on
    top of this, and I thought it would be a good idea to let it, so that future
    talk of a root could have 'gcc' as a reference. File structure matters
    here. On a level equal to the bin, I have the folder called 'source'.

    The final step before test-readiness is to install a shortcut. This way,
    you double-click it and get a dos window *in the folder where you want it.*
    Shown here: http://zaxfuuq.net/fortran196899.jpg .

    Finally, I have a dog's perspective on windows:
    http://cache.valleywag.com/assets/resources/screenclean.swf .

    > "Ivar Rosquist"

    I suppose Ivar isn't such a bad name. I named my boy Hoogar.

    --
    Gerry Ford

    "Anybody who says, that a high-speed collision with water is the same as
    with concrete, likely has more experience with the former than the latter."
    Gerry Ford, Mar 10, 2008
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  4. "Gerry Ford" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    >
    > "Ivar Rosquist" <> wrote in message
    > news:p...
    >> On Mon, 10 Mar 2008 00:19:44 +0000, post wrote:


    f'up set to clc


    >>> If you would like to enjoy free compilers, as stated in the subject, the
    >>> binaries with manuals [27+ MB] are available for download at
    >>> www.Equation.com

    >>
    >> For Windows? Send it to Gates, Ballmer and their minions so they
    >> can stick it - well, you know.
    >>

    > I'll begin with the necessary usenet insult. Apparently your family shops
    > for OS's at the same place it shops for names.
    >
    > I would like to describe how this grateful user of the gnu compiler
    > collection installs it.
    >
    > The download is tolerable with a dial-up. Certainly not quick.
    > equation.com has had the best manuals that I've found with open source.
    > So given that you want the binaries, the documentation, and the mingw
    > stuff, you simply find a way to get it to your machine.
    >
    > Before you commit to installation, this is how a popular OS sees it:
    > http://zaxfuuq.net/fortran196895.jpg . I found something reassuring about
    > seeing the letters FX in the description. I contend that FX has the
    > coolest initials in usenet. Of course sfx could mean sans fx. anyways.
    >
    > Open-source distros don't assault your registry like many free or
    > foisted-upon-you software packages might. They put the docs in a
    > directory in program files. To remove, use explorer.
    > http://zaxfuuq.net/fortran196896.jpg .


    What base is this image in?

    It would help me tremendously to know the country of origin of this
    fantastic product, so that I can read the legals docs with appropriate
    relevance. Wentz do you hail?
    --
    C. Gordon Liddy

    "Virile, vigorous, potent."
    c gordon liddy, Mar 13, 2008
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