Gcc

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Learn to use GCC (GNU Compiler Collection) to develop and deploy a wide range of software across virtually all platforms and languages. Computer consultant Arthur Griffith provides a rich array of information on the most important piece of open source software in the world. Divided into three clearly-defined sections, this book explains command online options for each of the languages, describes in detail how multiple languages can be successfully mixed to build applications, and concludes with chapters devoted ...
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Overview

Learn to use GCC (GNU Compiler Collection) to develop and deploy a wide range of software across virtually all platforms and languages. Computer consultant Arthur Griffith provides a rich array of information on the most important piece of open source software in the world. Divided into three clearly-defined sections, this book explains command online options for each of the languages, describes in detail how multiple languages can be successfully mixed to build applications, and concludes with chapters devoted to utility programs such as automatic configuration and the debugger. Discover exciting new programming possibilities with this professional resource -- plus, utilize the added ability in GCC to compile Java code into native code or bytecodes.
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An introduction to the GNU compiler collection (GCC) for programmers interested in developing and compiling open source software. The guide identifies the commands and options for compiling programs written in C, C++, Objective-C, Fortran, Java, and Ada. The second half of the book explains the function of utilities for manipulating object files, debugging code and packaging software, and lists command line options for compiling programs to run on a specific platform. The author has worked on the development team of several compiler projects. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780072224054
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill/OsborneMedia
  • Publication date: 9/12/2002
  • Edition description: First Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 676
  • Product dimensions: 1.30 (w) x 9.25 (h) x 7.50 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Introduction
Pt. I The Free Software Compiler
1 Introduction to GCC 3
2 Acquiring and Installing the Compiler 17
Pt. II Using the Compiler Collection
3 The Preprocessor 45
4 Compiling C 67
5 Compiling C++ 103
6 Compiling Objective-C 125
7 Compiling Fortran 137
8 Compiling Java 157
9 Compiling Ada 183
10 Mixing Languages 215
11 Internationalization 243
Pt. III Peripherals and Internals
12 Linking and Libraries 259
13 Using the GNU Debugger 281
14 Make and Autoconf 299
15 The GNU Assembler 317
16 Cross Compiling and the Windows Ports 337
17 Embedded Systems 347
18 Output from the Compiler 357
19 Implementing a Language 371
20 Register Transfer Language 387
21 Machine-Specific Compiler Options 419
Pt. IV Appendixes
A GNU General Public License 493
B Environment Variables 501
C Command-Line Cross Reference 505
D Command-Line Options 515
E: Glossary 599
Index 623
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