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GNU C Library

Any Unix-like operating system needs a C library: the library which defines the ``system calls'' and other basic facilities such as malloc. The GNU C library is used as the C library in the GNU system and most newer systems with the Linux kernel. The history of Unix and various standards determine much of the interface of the C library. In general the GNU C library supports the ISO C and POSIX standards.

     
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egcs 1.1.2

egcs is an experimental step in the development of GCC, the GNU C compiler. It's designed with more reexamination of basic architectural decisions of gcc and an interest in adding new optimizations, work with the groups who have fractured out from gcc2 (like the Linux kernel folks, the Intel optimizations folks, Fortran folks) including more front-ends, and an open development model for the development process. .

     
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gcc : The GNU C Compiler

GCC was developed by GNU to provide a free compiler for the GNU system. GCC is a full-featured compiler, providing everything you need in a C compiler. GCC is updated to support new features and new platforms. The GNU project also provides many companion tools, such as GNU make and GDB (GNU Debugger).

     
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