Re: [gtk-list] Best Configuration?
- From: RNG <r gasch chello nl>
- To: gtk-list redhat com, George Deprez <deprez seas smu edu>
- Subject: Re: [gtk-list] Best Configuration?
- Date: Thu, 17 Feb 2000 13:03:26 +0100
you might also want to install DDD, which is a nice graphical debugger which
works well with gcc/egcs
Also, If you're planning to do C++ work, it might be a good idea to upgrade to
gcc 2.95.2 as it is a better/more complete C++ compiler ...
On Thu, 17 Feb 2000, George Deprez wrote:
> Hello Gtk Gurus,
> I have to write a program to support my dissertation on the topic of network
> within the next 4 weeks called Survivanet.
> Given this time constraint and the fact that I have written a lot of C++
> console apps
> which will become modules of the larger work and that I would like to make it
> available to the linux communitee when it is finished, what, if any, would
> be your recommendations for setting up the environement?
> Specifically, what libraries, what compilation tools, what helper apps would I
> need that
> would ensure a reliable, hassle-free production environment? Any comments
> Thank you very much in advance,
> George Deprez
> My initial work environment currently is made up of the following:
> 1) Linux version 2.2.12-20smp (gcc version egcs-2.91.66 19990314/Linux
> (egcs-1.1.2 release))
> 2) Gnome Glade 0.5.3
> 3) gtk+-devel 1.2.6-1
> 4) libglade-devel 0.7-1
> 5) gtk+ 1.2.6-1
> 6) gtk+10 1.0.6-6
> 7) gtk-engines 0.9.1
> 8) libc 5.3.12-31
> 9) libtool 1.3.3-1
> 10) make 3.77-6
> 11) gimp-libgimp 1.0.4-5
> 12) glib 1.2.6-2
> 13) glib10 1.0.6-6
> 14) glibc 2.1.2-11
> As I am not an expert in any of this, please be liberal in your explanations,
> comments, and suggestions about the above. Thanks again. Have a nice day!!!
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