> > On Fri, 11 Aug 1995, J=F6rgen Zigge Sigvardsson wrote: > > > > I'm running it under Solaris (one of the few things I've actually gotte= > n > > > to compile under Solaris *sigh*) > >=20 > > > #compiler name and flags > > > CC =3D gcc > > > MYFLAGS =3D -g -Wall > > > LIBS =3D -lsocket -lnsl > >=20 > > [SNIP] > >=20 > > Skip the -Wall option at MYFLAGS. I think that's an gcc option,=20 > > Suns SparcWorks compiler doesn't recognise -Wall.=20 > >=20 > > I use these flags:=20 > >=20 > > CC =3D cc > > MYFLAGS =3D -xO2=20 > >=20 > > -xO2 is full optimization. > >=20 > > Does that really work under Solaris? I thaught Sun's cc are K&R C, > _not_ ANSI, or is Circle traditional C compatible these days? > In my experience you have to use gcc or at least acc. > > > > Good luck compiling.. :) > >=20 > IT worked for me using gcc... -Joe -- "everything exists in limited quantity - especially happiness"...picasso.
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