Re: PL/SQL - Native Compilation - C Compilers

  • From: Pete Finnigan <oracle_list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: oracle-l@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 17 Dec 2004 08:32:09 +0000

In article <85395322583.20041216232218@xxxxxxxxxxx>, Jonathan Gennick
<jonathan@xxxxxxxxxxx> writes
>Another source for a free Windows C++ compiler is
> . What you get from them is really gcc for
>Windows, but it's all wrapped up in a very nice GUI. Whether
>it works with PL/SQL native compilation is something I can't
>tell you, because I don't know.
Hi Jonathan and Larry,

I can concur that bloodshed is indeed a nice environment and exposes
gcc. I have used it to compile OCI programs on Windows previously so you
may be able to get native compiled PL/SQL to work, I have not tried it.

kind regards

Pete Finnigan (email:pete@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx)
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