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Acorn Arcade forums: Programming: C nad C ++ Status
 
  C nad C ++ Status
  Matrix (20:08 31/8/2000)
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Matrix Message #4646, posted at 20:08, 31/8/2000
Unregistered user Someone know something about last versions of C and C ++ compilers for ARM, and also libraries available?
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johnstlr Message #4647, posted at 08:43, 1/9/2000, in reply to message #4646
Unregistered user As far as GCC goes the latest information is on

http://www.arcsite.de/hp/gcc/index.html#latest

and it looks like it's up to prerelease 3 based on GCC 2.95.2

There has been some progress on a C++ GUI library - the homepage is

http://www.ph.ed.ac.uk/~rab/ro-guilib/

although there is still a fair way to go. The mailing list for this hasn't been too active recently. I'm hoping this is a sign of the group getting it's head down and getting some coding done (unfortunately I know nothing about coding the wimp so I'm just monitoring it out of interest)

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Matrix Message #4648, posted at 14:58, 15/6/2002, in reply to message #4647
Unregistered user Thank you Lee (can i call you by your name?) you are every time very gently smile

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johnstlr Message #4649, posted at 14:58, 15/6/2002, in reply to message #4648
Unregistered user No Problem and of course you can call me Lee. There's no formalism on here mate cool

Just a slight update in case anyone hasn't visited those URLs. There appears to be a library that is available, possibly only by CVS download, and JavaDoc (ish) style documentation for the library. It's starting to look quite interesting cool

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