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  • GCC: GNU Compiler Collection - Developed by GNU project as free compiler for GNU system. Front ends: C, C++, Objective-C, Fortran, Java, Ada; libraries for libstdc++, and libgcj. Mission, mail lists, timeline, contributors, committee, instructions, manual, FAQ, downloads, plans, bug reports. [Open Source, GPL]
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  • Building and Testing gcc/glibc cross toolchains - Script to automatically download, patch, build, and test binutils, gcc, and glibc cross-toolchains.
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  • D Front End for GCC - For GCC 3.3.x, 3.4.x versions supporting FreeBSD, Linux, Mac OS X, Cygwin. Description, build instructions, downloads, links, contact. [Open source]
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  • DaLSoft - Optimizer for gcc generated x86 code. Lists results of optimizations, compares performance of the optimizer-generated code with performance of the code generated by gcc and icc x86 compilers.
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  • distcc - A gcc wrapper that speeds compilation by transparently distributing work across several machines. [Open source, GPL]
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  • EGCS: Experimental GNU Compiler System - Project fused work on GNU C, C++, Objective-C, Ada, Fortran compilers, and libc++, to speed up work to improve GCC. In April 1999 was merged into general GCC effort under control of GCC steering committee. Descriptions, a few links.
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  • GCC XML Node Introspector Project - Project to create an XML interface to the GCC AST tree_nodes and store in Postgres Database.
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  • GHDL - A written in Ada95 GCC front-end. It is a VHDL simulator and implements nearly all VHDL87 and some features of VHDL93.
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  • GNU C Compiler Internals Wikibook - This is a wikibook describing internals of GNU C Compiler Collection. A number of authors have contributed to it.
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  • GNU Objective-C runtime features - Some notes about garbage collection and type information strings in the GNU Objective-C runtime (2.95.3 GCC version).
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  • GNUDE: GNU Development Environment - Suite of GNU C/C++, Fortran, Java cross compilers, and Insight/GDB debugger hosted on Windows NT/2K/XP for embedded ARM7/9, XScale CPU program development. Assembler, compilers, linker, header files, STL, libraries, documents.
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  • An Introduction to GCC - A printed tutorial for new users of GCC, published under the GNU Free Documentation License.
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  • Making and using libraries - Guide work with libraries (.a files) in g++.
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  • Migrating to gcc-3.4 - A collection of migration guides to help programmers updating their code to be gcc-3.4 compatible.
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  • MinGW: Minimalist GNU for Windows - Compiler system uses GCC to produce Windows programs. Win32 ports of GCC, GDB, binutils to build native Win32 programs that rely on no 3rd party DLLs.
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  • Pinapa - An open source SystemC front-end. It relies on GCC to parse the C++, and on the SystemC library itself to extract the architecture of the platform to analyze.
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  • PL/1 for GCC - A PL/1 front-end for GNU Compiler Collection. It based on the syntax from IBM OS PL/I Version 2.
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  • RHIDE - IDE for DJGPP and other GCC-based systems, by Robert Hoehne, Salvador Eduardo Tropea. Runs on DOS, Linux, looks like old Borland DOS IDE. Has project management, frontend to GCC C/C++, syntax highlighting, integrated debugger. [Open Source, GPL]
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  • Writing a GCC Front End - By Tom Tromey. This article provides a tour of how you would go about connecting your own compiler front end to GCC. (April 06, 2005)
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  • Optimization in GCC - By M. Tim Jones. Here's what the O options mean in GCC, why some optimizations aren't optimal after all and how you can make specialized optimization choices for your application. [Linux Journal] (January 26, 2005)
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  • LWN: GCC gets a new Optimizer Framework - Artciel by Steven Bosscher and Diego Novillo. The first bits a major compiler internals overhaul have been merged into the development mainline of the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC) for inclusion in the next release. (May 12, 2004)
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  • Optimizing GCC - How much faster can GCC compile a Linux kernel if GCC is optimized? Doing the compiler alone ups speed 33%. Description, benchmark times. [Linux Gazette] (March 01, 2003)
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  • GCC Myths and Facts - Optimizing GCC mostly for x86 CPU and C/C++, but parts can apply to all supported CPUs and languages. Many useful forum comments. [Freecode] (February 15, 2003)
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