Last change: 2000-03-23
Here you can always get the latest GCC/G++/G77 binaries here.
To download, just save the links (In Netscape: press the right mousebutton
and select Save Link As...).
All of these binaries (except where noted otherwise) are ELF only, and
NOT in a.out format.
This release is divided into parts, the base package which includes gcc
and its includes, and a c++/g77 etc. package, which contains only the C++/G77.. part.
You need to install the base package to get C support only, and
any extension package you want.
Install by doing
<tar-file.tar.gz> -C /
- This binary will only run on PentiumPro/P-II (and higher) or Cyrix6x86MX chips.
If you have a pentium or amd, please recompile pgcc from source.
- if you get excessive
warning: comparison between signed
and unsigned messages, you can specify
-Wall) to eliminate these.
- if you want to decrease the size of executables generated by
pgcc and pg++ and you don't plan to use exception handling, use
-fno-exceptions to disable exception handling support.
- if you get linking problems with old c++ libraries, use
switch off runtime type information, which is now on by default.
- see also the egcs release notes.
This set of links is for the glibc2 ("the glibc") version:
- BASE, pgcc-2.95.3-linux-x86-glibc2.1.tar.gz, 1304698 bytes
- G++, pg++-2.95.3-linux-x86-glibc2.1.tar.gz, 2046999 bytes
- G77, pg77-2.95.3-linux-x86-glibc2.1.tar.gz, 1165902 bytes
- ObjC, pgobjc-2.95.3-linux-x86-glibc2.1.tar.gz, 947482 bytes
- Docs, pgcc-doc-2.95.3-linux-x86-glibc2.1.tar.gz, 753821 bytes
PGCC in RPM format
Foyer Consulting has a pgcc
page, with binaries
in rpm (Redhat Package Manager) format.
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