I think you can compile the linux kernel with compaq ccc.
When i use compaq ccc i run
export CFLAGS="-g3 -fast"
export CXXFLAGS="-g3 -fast"
and then the configure script in the source directory for ex licq-0.85
and now is the default compiller ccc insted for gcc
* David Webb (firstname.lastname@example.org) wrote:
> I'm running RH6.2 on a pc164lx. I wanted to try
> using the Compaq compiler to compile the
> 2.2.16 kernel that I downloaded from
> alphalinux.org. I followed the instructions at
> to install the folowing:
> The /usr/doc/ccc-18.104.22.1684/README.txt file says:
> "...a makefile that works on Linux Alpha using the
> gcc compiler could be used to build the same
> application with the ccc compiler by changing only the
> compiler invocation command from gcc (or cc) to ccc."
> I'm afraid I don't know much about compilers or make,
> and I haven't been able to find the answers to two
> questions I have.
> Will changing "gcc" to "ccc" in the two following
> lines in /usr/src/linux-2.2.16/Makefile invoke
> the ccc compiler instead of the gcc compiler?
> "HOSTCC =gcc"
> "CC =$(CROSS_COMPILE)gcc -D__KERNEL__ -I$(HPATH)"
> A little later the same README.txt file says:
> "If you can successfully build your application with ccc,
> you might want to try making it run faster. ...
> A good first attempt would be just to add -fast to the
> beginning of your compiler options."
> Will "make" pass options such as "- fast" to the
> compiler ( make boot - fast)?
> Any suggestions will be appreciated.
> Thanks in advance.
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