Thread: C++ compiler (terminal)
04-13-2008, 07:27 PM #1
C++ compiler (terminal)
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- Apr 13, 2008
hey im new to mac, just got it yesterday. but ive been learning c++ on windows and i used visual c++. so for my mac i downloaded xcode but it seemed really complex for my menial programs and i didnt like how you couldnt compile a file-only projects.
so i downloaded textwrangler and i wrote a c++ program (copied from book) and i dont know how to compile it in terminal.
on windows i use the code: cl/EHsc filename.cpp but obviously this is not windows
so if anyone can tell me the coding to compile and execute a c++ program, please do so. thank you very much in advance
04-14-2008, 01:15 PM #2
in terminal I normally issue something like
g++ -v -Wall program.cpp -o OutPutFileName
a quick man g++ will give you all the optionsmike
This machine kills fascists
Got # ? phear the command line!
04-21-2008, 05:03 PM #3
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- Mar 03, 2008
- MacBook 2.2GHz 4GB RAM Black
Hi, you can create a new project through command line utility->C++ Tool, then if you want monitor the output you can open Console in menu->run->Console. This solution is just for C++ programs using standard library only.
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