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Subject: Re: Nalimov-EGTBs in ANSI-C?

Author: Angrim

Date: 23:43:07 01/21/00

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On January 21, 2000 at 18:50:24, Heiner Marxen wrote:

>I would like to add (the latest version of) the Nalimov EGTBs
>to my program Chest.  I understand that the probe code module
>from Eugene Nalimov ("egtb.cpp" in the Crafty distribution)
>is C++, in a non-trivial way (contains templates).
>
>My program up to now is pure ANSI-C, and I would very much prefer
>to stick to ANSI-C, since I want it to be portable to all those
>UNIX platforms, which have an ANSI-C compiler, but lack a C++ compiler
>(e.g. my development platform).
>

All unix platforms that I am aware of have a c++ compiler for them.

According to the g++ man page:
 g++ - GNU project C++ Compiler
The C and C++ compilers are integrated; g++ is a script to call
gcc with options to  recognize  C++.

So if your platform is supported by gcc, it has a c++ compiler.

Angrim



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