Supported Operating Systems
CrayCore is supported by most, if not all systems using GCC 3.3 or greater, and any system using GCC 2.95 if a fake stdbool.h is supplied. It has been compiled with other compilers, such as Sun Studio 11, Digital Mars C/C++ Compiler, and Microsoft Visual C++.
The .3 release of CrayCore currently has problems with more recent versions of GCC, in which a -std=c99 needs to be added into the makefile.
Release .3The systems listed have been personally tested by me.
Digital Mars C\C++: Compiles and runs, no changes needed.
Microsoft Visual C++: A dummy stdbool.h is needed, such as in the case of NetBSD with default compiler.
The __uint64 fix is not needed now that version .3 has been released.
Default Compiler (2.95.3): Make a dummy stdbool.h, with #define bool int.
QNX RTP 6.3:
QCC (x86 target): Use 'make qnx'.
QCC (other target): Use 'make qnx TARGET=target' e.g. 'make qnx TARGET=ppcbe'(assumes a Neutrino target).
GCC (3.3x): Compiles and runs, no changes needed.
There seem to be a few problems with display on QNX, mostly with showing the 'Opcode:' prompt.
GCC (3.4.3): Compiles and runs, no changes needed.