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Subject: Re: Spike 1.0 Mainz - Linux version?

Author: Roy Brunjes

Date: 07:17:18 08/17/05

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On August 17, 2005 at 09:22:02, Volker Böhm wrote:

>Hi Roy,
>
>no a linux version is currently not planed. It has been a long time that I´ve
>forgotten how to create makefiles. Modern GUI´s take care about the building
>process.
>
>Maybe if there is someone who can help me with a linux code (knows where to get
>a gnu compiler for linux, how to make its makefile and can help translate some
>microsoft-specific tread-code - spike is allready multithreading), I can provide
>a Spike-linux. But we will not give our sourcecode away!
>
>Greetings Volker

Volker,

Thanks for your response. All Linux systems come with the GNU C compiler for
free. That's easy to locate -- try 'man gcc' for some docs and of course 'gcc'
to invoke the compiler itself.

Multi-threading -- Linux uses POSIX threads; naturally Microsoft will not be
compatible with that so that portion of the code would need to be different.
That kind of code is pretty technical so that may be enough to make you not want
to port Spike to Linux.

Best of luck with Spike in whatever directions you take it.

Roy



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