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This special iUniverse edition comprises Volume 2 of a three-volume set, all based on the text "Using and Porting the GNU Compiler Collection," as published online and in print form by the Free Software Foundation. The document is provided in three separate volumes for your convenience.
Volume 1: GCC Command Options
Volume 2: Reference
Volume 3: Target Description Macros
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|Compile C, C++, Objective C, Fortran, Java or CHILL||1|
|Installing GNU CC||3|
|Extensions to the C Language Family||48|
|Extensions to the C++ Language||112|
|gcov: a Test Coverage Program||125|
|Known Causes of Trouble with GCC||134|
|How To Get Help with GCC||175|
|Contributing to GCC Development||176|
|Using GCC on VMS||177|
|GCC and Portability||184|
|Interfacing to GCC Output||185|
|Passes and Files of the Compiler||187|
|The Configuration File||328|
|Funding Free Software||337|
|Linux and the GNU Project||338|
|GNU General Public Ligense||340|
|Contributors to GCC||348|