Good C compiler for Mac?

Gary Sheldon Thompson garyt at bmb.leeds.ac.uk
Fri Sep 12 02:17:34 EST 1997


Petr Kuzmic wrote:
> 
> oxidizer at INTERLOG.COM wrote:
> 
> > I'm looking for a good C
> > compiler for a PowerMac; any suggestions?
> 
> Metrowerks is very easy to use, and it's cheap.  Apple MPW/C seems to me
> more easily interfaced with Fortran tools from various vendors.   If you
> were to integrate a lot of existing Fortran code into you application,
> that would be the only reason I'd at least take a look at MPW.
> 
> I don't know about the legality of the following suggestion, but...
> there must be a lot of people (like me) with several old versions of
> Apple MPW and MetroWerks Code Warrior sitting around.  How about getting
> hold (by a license transfer or whatever) of an obsolete copy?  It should
> do fine for your student project.
> 
> _____________________________________________________________
> Petr Kuzmic Ph.D. * BioKin Ltd. * Madison, WI 53708-8336, USA
> pkuzmic at biokin.com * http://www.biokin.com * 608.256.1269 fax


Also you should note that

1. metrowerks have very reasonable academic rates 70ps
2. Codewarrior comes with MPW on the CD


GARY
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