Date/Time: Wed, 17 Oct 2018 15:17:37 +0000
Post From: How to build ACSIL study on Ubuntu/Linux
|Kiwi - Posts: 192|
Interesting. I just install from SierraChart (installed and running under wine)
and its worked well.
If you like C and miss an interpreter like Python try out Cling ganz (uses clang
and llvm for an effectively instantaneous just in time compiler). Its excellent
to be able to try out C stuff without having to go through a compile cycle all
the time. Developed by scientists at CERN and Fermilab who needed speed and
interpreted flexibility for their work.
I do like your approach though.
I currently use the SC install, Vim for editing, and compile with:
execute 'lcd /home/john/.wine/drive_c/SierraChart/CPPCompiler/bin/'
execute ':!wine "/home/john/.wine/drive_c/SierraChart/CPPCompiler/bin/g++.exe"
-march=i686 -mtune=i686 -O2 -shared -static -static-libgcc
-static-libstdc++ -s -fno-rtti -fno-exceptions %:r.cpp -o %:r.dll'
execute ':!mv -f %:r.dll /home/john/zRamdisk/SierraChart/Data/'
execute 'lcd -'
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