On Wed, 10 Dec 2003 13:09:23 +0000
Tavis Ormandy <email@example.com> wrote:
> They really do generate better performing code than gcc, and most
> packages can be built successfully. I wouldnt reccomend switching from
> gcc to ccc for shared libraries (like zlib, openssl, etc) at the
> moment, but most other things should work just great, and give a
> noticable performance improvement (apache, python, bash, perl, etc).
Have you tried to compile apache-2.0.48 with ccc? Does it work? If yes,
how did you manage it?
On a lot of packages (apache too) i get something like the following:
cc: Error: apr_snprintf.c, line 439: In this statement, "__LONG_MAX__"
is not declared. (undeclared) if ((num <= ULONG_MAX && is_unsigned)
|| (num <= LONG_MAX && !is_unsigned))----------------^
cc: Error: apr_snprintf.c, line 695: In this statement, "__LONG_MAX__"
is not declared. (undeclared) if (num <= ULONG_MAX)
make: *** [apr_snprintf.lo] Error 1
make: *** Waiting for unfinished jobs....
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