Posts Tagged ‘gcc’

I like C++ and after I have switched from Fortran to C++ at the beginning of the nineties, I wanted to do everything in C++ including linear algebra. My first linear algebra in C++ was GNUSSL by Robert D. Pierce. It was a nice template library that helped me a lot to understand how one […]

In the simple example considered above (see example with gcc and example with VC++) there were just a few commands to execute. A real project may contain much more files and libraries. A conventional way to automate build is to use make that reads the description in makefile and then executes the command accordingly. Let […]

The goal of this text is to make a small introduction to the compilation process. We will make a library and then link the application code with the library. It is assumed that the librarian is ar and the compiler is gcc. The aim is to obtain rough understanding what steps will be necessary when […]

Cygwin ( is software that allows us to bring Unix flavor to Windows. This is a step-by-step tutorial on how to install Cygwin along with gcc and make. Provided that the number of packages to install is close to described below, it will be necessary to download about 35 Mb of files from Internet. The […]