Welcome to the NavList Message Boards.

NavList:

A Community Devoted to the Preservation and Practice of Celestial Navigation and Other Methods of Traditional Wayfinding

Compose Your Message

Message:αβγ
Message:abc
Add Images & Files
    or...
       
    Reply
    Re: Any interest?
    From: Dan Allen
    Date: 2003 Dec 1, 10:58 -0800

    On Sunday, November 30, 2003, at 07:37 PM, Gordon Talge wrote:
    
    >> I used Microsoft c++ version 6.0.
    >
    > Sounds good, but you need to dump Microsoft take up GNU/Linux.
    > Try out the gcc and g++ complier collection all for free.
    >
    > http://www.gnu.org and http://www.debian.org
    
    I use both compilers a lot.  I run FreeBSD and Mac OS X and use GCC
    there exclusively.  I build each new release of GCC from source code
    and I have made changes to GCC.  Having said that, sure the GCC tools
    are free, but they do not generate as good of code as Visual C++ does!
    In fact I just completed a comparison of VC6 and GCC 3.3.2 on Windows
    XP and VC6 still generates better code, and VC6 is from 1998!
    
    If he has bought VC6, then he should enjoy it.
    
    For those that want to use GCC on Windows, the simplest way to get it
    is via the Cygnus tools.  Check out http://www.cygwin.com/ for more on
    free Unix tools for Windows users.
    
    I actually write more navigation software using Awk and Perl these days.
    
    Dan
    
    
    

       
    Reply
    Browse Files

    Drop Files

    NavList

    What is NavList?

    Join NavList

    Name:
    (please, no nicknames or handles)
    Email:
    Do you want to receive all group messages by email?
    Yes No

    You can also join by posting. Your first on-topic post automatically makes you a member.

    Posting Code

    Enter the email address associated with your NavList messages. Your posting code will be emailed to you immediately.
    Email:

    Email Settings

    Posting Code:

    Custom Index

    Subject:
    Author:
    Start date: (yyyymm dd)
    End date: (yyyymm dd)

    Visit this site
    Visit this site
    Visit this site
    Visit this site
    Visit this site
    Visit this site