Q: When I unzip the C++ compiler distribution in gppNNb.zip, the
unzip program complains about something called
should I do?
Q: I installed DJGPP, and found two different versions of
gxx.exe and two versions of
cxxfilt.exe. Which one shall
A: If you install DJGPP on anything but Windows 9X, just ignore that
error message about
g++.exe and use
gxx.exe to compile C++ programs.
g++.exe is an
invalid file name on DOS, but is allowed on Windows 9X. It is included
for compatibility with Unix, where the C++ compiler is called
g++.exe does is just to run
gpp. So you don't lose much by not having it.
If you are installing DJGPP on Windows 9X, find an unzip program
which supports long file names and unzip the files again. Make sure
that the DJGPP long file names support (a.k.a. LFN) is enabled,
otherwise DJGPP programs such as Make won't be able to invoke
g++. To enable LFN support, set
LFN=y in the environment.
Duplicate versions of some programs come from different distributions
that include the same programs. For example, the
part of two GNU distributions: GCC and Binutils. You should generally
kep the latest version, judging by the time stamp of the executable
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