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    adding gnat/gcc-ada to SLES11 SP2

    (GNAT is the Ada compiler in the GCC compiler suite).

    SLES10 used to have GNAT. SLES11 does not. It does appear to still be in the source RPM for GCC compiler suite.

    My question is: how do I simply install/modify/whatever the source RPM for GCC so that it will make the gcc-ada compiler?

    (The openSUSE 11.2 repo has gcc-ada but it is an incompatible gcc version so I cannot simply install that.)


    --J

  2. Re: adding gnat/gcc-ada to SLES11 SP2

    Quote Originally Posted by jalmda
    (GNAT is the Ada compiler in the GCC compiler suite).

    SLES10 used to have GNAT. SLES11 does not. It does appear to still be
    in the source RPM for GCC compiler suite.

    My question is: how do I simply install/modify/whatever the source RPM
    for GCC so that it will make the gcc-ada compiler?

    (The openSUSE 11.2 repo has gcc-ada but it is an incompatible gcc
    version so I cannot simply install that.)


    --J

    Hi
    It's there for gcc 4.3;
    Code:
    zypper if gcc43-ada
    
    Information for package gcc43-ada:
    
    Repository: SLE11-SDK-SP2-Core
    Name: gcc43-ada
    Version: 4.3.4_20091019-0.22.17
    
    or
    
    zypper if gcc-ada
    
    Information for package gcc-ada:
    
    Repository: SLE11-SDK-SP1-Pool
    Name: gcc-ada
    Version: 4.3-62.198
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    Re: adding gnat/gcc-ada to SLES11 SP2

    Yes, I eventually discovered this myself. Ooops.

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