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Setting up of IDE (Integrated Development Environment) in Unix.

Posted on 2003-12-05
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Hello!   Everyone,
I am setting up one or two C or GCC compiler on my Solaris Unix system.   And I want to learn how to setup or how to trace whether I have setup the good linking connections between Compiler (cc), Libraries, and Include.   Someone told me that it is better to understand this concept.   Thank you!
Mitsuru
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I can not see any connection to you questions a compiler aloine does not make an IDE. I do not know that C compiler you are talking about but let us assume you want it install a GCC now to check it it works is easy. try
gcc -v and see from where gcc get it information. I do not expect any problems. And I can see why you need to understand the internals of gcc for C programing.

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Friedrich
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Thank you.   I was just curious.
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