|gcj: installation problem, cannot exec `cc1' [message #446552]
||Fri, 26 November 2004 08:47
Originally posted by: melko.gmx.at|
Does anyone know what this message is?! I have gcj builder installed on
eclipse and want to make an exe-file but i get this message?!
gcj: installation problem, cannot exec `cc1': No such file or directory
I don't konw what does it mean! Should I install again?
Thank you for your help!
|Re: gcj for MacOS X planned ? was (Re: gcj: installation problem, cannot exec `cc1') [message #446604 is a reply to message #446585]
||Sun, 28 November 2004 04:25
| Brion Vibber
Registered: July 2009
Yvon Thoraval wrote:|
> Brion Vibber <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>(I haven't tried it myself for anything non-trivial; on Mac OS X there's
>>a Java VM shipped standard with the system, so I haven't seen much need
> Thanks for that tip, did u means their is no cross-compiler in order tu
> build, on MacOS X, native code for other platforms ?
No, I meant that I don't see much point to compiling Java to native code
for the Mac OS X target.
The primary appeal of GCJ seems to be to avoid a dependency on Sun's
proprietary Java run-time (it's often not preinstalled on Linux and
Windows systems so it creates a distribution dependency; also some
people object to requiring non-free software on a free platform like
GNU/Linux.) Since Apple ships the Java run-time as part of the system
(which includes various other non-free components already), there are no
Mac OS X systems that don't already have a Java run-time installed. (The
same is probably not true of a bare Darwin system, but that's not going
to come up very often.)
If you want to cross-compile to other targets from Mac OS X, that
probably works fine just as it would from any other supported platform.
(But I haven't tried it.)
-- brion vibber (brion @ pobox.com)
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