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====== i386 Linux GCC for Mac OS x Installation Instructions (Release 2) ====== The DMG files contain an Mac OS X package. Use ''i386-linux-gcc 4.1.1 for Mac OS X (ppc).dmg'' on a PPC Mac, and ''i386-linux-gcc 4.1.1 for Mac OS X (Intel).dmg'' on an Intel Mac. This package installs all files in ''**/usr/local/i386-linux-4.1.1**'' directory. All tools are located in the ''**/usr/local/i386-linux-4.1.1/bin**'' directory. You can add this path to your ''$PATH'' shell variable, or invoke the tools with their full path name : for example ''**/usr/local/i386-linux-4.1.1/bin/i386-linux-gcc**'' for ''gcc''. This package is based on the following distributions: ^Package ^Version ^ |BINUTILS |binutils-2.17 | |GCC |gcc-4.1.1 | |GCC Core |gcc-core-4.1.1 | |C++ |gcc-g++-4.1.1 | |JAVA |gcc-java-4.1.1 | |OBJECTIVE C |gcc-objc-4.1.1 | |GLIBC |glibc-2.3.6 | |GLIBC LINUX THREADS |glibc-linuxthreads-2.3.6 | |LINUX LIBC HEADERS |linux-libc-headers-2.6.12 | ====== Sample Code ====== Once that you installed the distribution, you can test the correct operation with the following example. It includes the source files, a ''makefile'' file, and command files: * for compiling, open ''build.command'' file; * for cleaning, open ''clean.command'' file. Theses command files call the makefile. |Hello World in C |{{c_sample_gcc_for_linux_on_macosx.zip|c_sample_gcc_for_linux_on_macosx.zip}} (3.7 kB)|

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