Re: PL/SQL - Native Compilation - C Compilers

There was a free one from borland, I downloaded I think you can find it, if
you can't I can send you if I found it.
 
Juan Carlos Reyes Pacheco
OCP
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From: elkinsl@xxxxxxxxx
Date: 12/16/04 19:32:04
To: oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: PL/SQL - Native Compilation - C Compilers
 
Listers,
 
Have any of you used PL/SQL NCOMP in the Windows 2000/XP environment, and
used a compiler other than the Visual C++ 6.0 one?
 
I'm wanting to play around with PL/SQL Native Compilation. Windows 2000 and
XP Professional, both 9iR2 and 10g on each machine. It looks like the only
*supported* C compiler is MS Visual C++ 6.0 (I came across a few papers
saying that the supported compilers would be the same as the supported
compilers for Pro*C, and that's the only compiler listed on Metalink as
supported for Pro*C in my environments). I also read, though, that some
people do indeed use non-supported compilers. Those references, though, were
to UNIX variants. So, have any of you used PL/SQL NCOMP in the Windows
environment, and used a compiler other than the Visual C++ 6.0 one? I'd
prefer a free one as this is simply experimenting on my own private machines
;-)
 
Regards,
 
Larry G. Elkins
elkinsl@xxxxxxxxx
214.954.1781
 
 
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