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Home » U++ TheIDE » U++ TheIDE: Installation, Compiling and Running of theide » Ultimate++ on Solaris 10 ia86
Re: Ultimate++ on Solaris 10 ia86 [message #16980 is a reply to message #16935] Thu, 24 July 2008 12:58 Go to previous messageGo to previous message
dmcgeoch is currently offline  dmcgeoch
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I guess I wasn't clear in what I was asking for. I was hoping that someone who had previously ported Ultimate++ to another hardware/OS platform, could give me some pointers on how to build TheIDE without having an existing binary for TheIDE. I located an old (602) Makefile from the BSD port, but that relies heavily on BSD specific portage makefiles. Searching the forums, I have seen references to a Sun/Solaris port, but have not been able to locate any specific information on the status of it or even who was working on it. If I can get Ultimate++ ported to the x86 version on Solaris 10, my next step is going to be to port it to the sparc version of Solaris 8.

Another issue that I have is that the systems that I am using are not connected to the internet so anything that has to be installed has to be downloaded to a PC first, then transfered to the Sun boxes.

Thank you for any information that you can give me,

Dave
 
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