Development : : Updated MorphOS Software Development Kit 2
Posted By: ASiegel. on 2011/7/19 19:40:07

The MorphOS development team would like to announce that a new version of the MorphOS Software Development Kit 2 is now available. All developers who are interested to upgrade their existing MorphOS development infrastructure will need a computer running MorphOS 2.7 and at least 300 MB of free disk space.

The July 2011 release of the MorphOS SDK 2 includes the following changes:

  • GCC 4.4.5, 2.95.4
  • Fixed GCC 2.95.3 not to generate AltiVec code in C++ exceptions handling

You can download the MorphOS SDK 2 in our files section.

 
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  • Order of the Butterfly
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    Great news! Thank you MOSTeam!
    AltiVec problem in 2.95.3 was reason of my problems with Fortis 1.2. :) Now I use GCC 4.4.4 and the problem doesn't exist. However it's great that the bug has already been fixed.
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  • Priest of the Order of the Butterfly
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    any debugger included?

    bye, MarK.
  • »2011/7/20 12:49
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    any debugger included?


    If you need one, use Lua.
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    so LUA is debugging c and c++ sourcecode at morphOs! how interesting... :)

    thx! :D
  • »2011/7/20 19:30
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    so LUA is debugging c and c++ sourcecode at morphOs! how interesting... :)


    I always thought C programmers do the debugging themselves and don't expect something/someone to do it for them :)

    But seriously now: there are no plans to include a debugger in the SDK.
  • »2011/7/21 6:22
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    Henes
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    Why don't render available a complete archive for programmers don't have MorphOS computer ?


    If anybody wants to have a look at the SDK files, a MorphOS system is not required at all.
    The SDk uses lha and xz file formats. There are tools to handle them on Windows, various Unix and so on...

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    He can do cross-compilation, not ?

    No, the SDK contains various compilers running on MorphOS. There is no cross-compiler inside.
    Of course, somebody could build one. Or use VBCC.
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    Yes! This is great news. Newer GCC support is fantastic. Now we just need to somehow get more developers to our platform.
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    is it just me or does this SDK not create the proper assignment for gg: on a new install?

    The reason I ask is, PortablE's PEGCC does not find g++ because there isnt a gg: assignment. I figured this package would install g++ and needed software + create the assignment too.
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