From: Vladimir Prus (ghost_at_[hidden])
Date: 2004-06-28 02:03:08
Toon Knapen wrote:
> > Two thoughts:
> > 1. Java support is only being written, so maybe it's not important
> I know but I just wanted to argument that non-C++ developers would want
> to compile bjam too.
> > 2. Is there g++ for those platforms?
> Yes but they are very hard to compile succesfully on those platforms
> (for instance I tried on HPUX but never succeeded and this is a known
> problem). And even if it compiles succesfully, often clashes between the
> gcc headers and system headers occur.
Ok. And, BTW, what about Python on those platforms. Is it readily available,
or can be compiled, or does not compile out of the box, or you don't know?
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