[#67] Add newer GCC on Tru64
Summary Add newer GCC on Tru64
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State Resolved
Priority 1. Low
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Requester saprykin (at) hpux (dot) polarhome (dot) com
Created 06/25/2016 (517 days ago)
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Updated 11/23/2017 (yesterday)
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Resolved 11/23/2017 (yesterday)
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11/23/2017 Zoltan Arpadffy Comment #4
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Installed on Tru64 and IRIX
Thank you for the suggestion
11/20/2017 Zoltan Arpadffy Comment #3
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This is an issue...
Currently the 2.97-tru64-010710 is installed.
If there is any newer gcc available, please suggest from where to 
download and it will be deployed soon
02/24/2017 test (at) test (dot) com Comment #2
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yrdy
06/25/2016 saprykin@hpux.polarhome.com Comment #1
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Summary ⇒ Add newer GCC on Tru64
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There is an old GCC 2.97 version available on Tru64 now which is not 
capable of building any serious software (I also encountered some 
problems with static library linking). I suggest to install a new one, 
I've found a binary package of GCC 4.2.3 here: 
ftp://ftp.netbsd.org/pub/pkgsrc/misc/tnn/. More info about packages: 
https://mail-index.netbsd.org/pkgsrc-users/2008/02/19/msg000417.html

All you need is to unpack the archive (it is configured to 
/usr/local/gcc4) and run mkheaders script inside it to adjust GCC 
headers (it may take a while, i.e. 1-2 hours). There is a README.gcc 
file inside the archive. I've tried it in my home folder and it works 
like a charm, no problems compiling Boost libraries.

I think it would be better to make it available for everyone.