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Currently i have my c and pro*c code got compiled in IBM POWER - AIX machine with xlc compiler version 9.
We are planning to migrate all our applications from IBM POWER - AIX to Redhat Linux.
Can i use the same current (IBM AIX) xlc compiler with the same compiling... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: mugunthanvh
We are migrating some applications from previously running on an AIX system to a Linux RedHat system.
I was tasked with recompiling some of the code. Unfortunatly I am a big novice on this.
So i have the commands used to compile the code with xlc compiler in the AIX environment and i am... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: spooksman
Below is output of lslpp command.
bash-3.00# lslpp -L | grep xlC
xlC.aix50.rte 220.127.116.11 C F XL C/C++ Runtime for AIX 5.3
xlC.cpp 18.104.22.168 C F C for AIX Preprocessor
xlC.msg.en_US.cpp 22.214.171.124 C F C for AIX... (2 Replies)
Discussion started by: manoj.solaris
I would like to compile a program and get current errors and warnings report to me as « gcc -Wall ».
Does someone can give me these options to get an equivalent ?
Or the ommon option used to put them in a CFLAGS in a Makefile.
Something like :
xlc -O2 -Wall my_prog.c -o... (5 Replies)
Discussion started by: domiq44
5. UNIX for Advanced & Expert Users
Who can explain in a few words the difference between XLC for AIX and XLC enterprise Edition for AIX (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: fvaltat1
when compiling c-source with xlc it will generate some other files .lst .call. This kind of files is generated on the current directory.
Can I influence the directory where the .lst and .call is generated.
What i want is a dir stucture like this:
|---c-source... (0 Replies)
Discussion started by: corley
One of the application we port to Aix from linux Segmentation faults when it exits. Here is part of backtrace of SEGV:
splay(??, ??, ??) at
free_y(??, ??) at
Application seem to perform everything expected well and... (1 Reply)
Discussion started by: qrio.qrio
I'm getting "xlc: not found" error compiling code using 'make oracle' command on IBM AIX. C/C++ compiler is installed, but 'xlc' still missing. Could you please tell me which OS package contains the 'xlc' executable?
$ > make oracle
xlc -qmkshrobj -e MQStart -L/usr/mqm/lib -lmqmcs_r... (4 Replies)
Discussion started by: safir29
I need to compile sap libraries, installed make, automake, gcc, libstc libgcc and everything I used to install on linux when compiling
when i run make, it aborts with the error msg
/usr/bin/sh: xlc: not found.
I see the binary xlc is missing
lslpp -l | grep -i xlc
... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: funksen
when i compile with Xlc i sometimes get the following Error:
(S) Initialization between types "int" and "struct MskTtimerData*" is not allowed.
when i compile with cc with the same Flags, i only get a (W) with the same message, but it compiles fine.
How can i get the Xlc to 'ignore' the... (3 Replies)
Discussion started by: Lazzar
CONFIG.GUESS(1) User Commands CONFIG.GUESS(1)
config.guess - guess the build system triplet
The GNU build system distinguishes three types of machines, the `build' machine on which the compilers are run, the `host' machine on which
the package being built will run, and, exclusively when you build a compiler, assembler etc., the `target' machine, for which the compiler
being built will produce code.
This script will guess the type of the `build' machine.
Output the configuration name of the system `config.guess' is run on.
print this help, then exit
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config.guess might need to compile and run C code, hence it needs a compiler for the `build' machine: use the environment variable
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CC_FOR_BUILD a native C compiler, defaults to `cc'
CC a native C compiler, the previous variable is preferred
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