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Message-Id: <200108301305.JAA19844@delorie.com>
Date: Thu, 30 Aug 2001 12:17:01 +0200
From: Maurice Lombardi <Maurice DOT Lombardi AT ujf-grenoble DOT fr>
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To: djgpp-announce AT delorie DOT com
Subject: ANNOUNCE: gpc2953 uploaded to simtelnet
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This is to announce that the djgpp port of the
GNU pascal compiler (gpc) 20010623
corresponding to gcc-2.95.3 has been uploaded to simtelnet.
Gpc is now compiled as a member of the Gnu Compiler Collection (gcc).
In each case the files that the corresponding version of
gcc puts into the directory
%DJDIR%\lib\gcc-lib\djgpp\<version>
must be present.
To stress this fact gpc is now labelled by gcc version number
(gpc2953b.zip) instead of by gpc version number (gpc20bb.zip),
like is the previous version uploaded to simtelnet (which corresponded
to gcc2952).

To use the gpc compiler you need only the binary archive
v2gnu/gpc2953b.zip
Unzip it into the djgpp tree in the usual way (keeping directory structure)
and read the file
%DJDIR%\gnu\gcc-2.953\gcc\p\readme.djgpp
which explains auxiliary steps to do.

If you want to recompile gpc you need the sources
v2gnu/gpc2953s.zip
It unzips into the directory
%DJDIR%\build
read the file readme.gpc to proceed.

All the hacking necessary to compile gpc with gcc2953 has been done
by Andris Pavenis. The only changes included in the present
distribution have been to take into account that some of the changes he
has done have been included into the original gpc sources.

-- 
        Maurice Lombardi
Laboratoire de  Spectrometrie Physique,
Universite Joseph Fourier de Grenoble, BP87
38402 Saint Martin d'Heres Cedex     FRANCE
Tel: 33 (0)4 76 51 47 51
Fax: 33 (0)4 76 51 45 44
mailto:Maurice DOT Lombardi AT ujf-grenoble DOT fr

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