Marco van de Voort
marcov at stack.nl
Fri Aug 6 10:56:10 CEST 2010
In our previous episode, Henry Vermaak said:
> Gcc/libc is probably the most cross platform compiler/rtl, since you
> won't have a kernel if gcc isn't ported, and you won't have a
> userspace if libc isn't ported.
There is no "one" libc. Most *nixes have their own. Linux and a few newer
*nix-Mach hybrids (like BeOS) use glibc.
None of them are portable to non *nixes to my best knowledge, so they are
not really crossplatform.
gcc is a different matter, at least in the open source world it is fairly
dominant. But again, mostly on *nix.
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