are the cc and CC compilers freeware?

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  1. BaZ

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    if so, where can i get them for Solaris?
     
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    im not seeing them there...
     
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    well you see, im trying to install QT on a Solaris machine. it was originally written for the native cc compiler so i did some manipulation to some of the makefile specs to get it to work with gcc/g++. it made qmake just fine but when it got to making developer it come across errors.

    i dont have the time required to look at the code to determine if it is an error on TrollTech's part in the code (I'm going to assume its not) i will chalk this up to using g++ and gcc to compile it.

    i guess i need to wait for my system admin to get back from leave in order to get cc.
     
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    Did you check if cc is in the /usr/ucb directory? That is not included in your $PATH by default.

    Or did you check if it was installed?

    pkginfo | grep -i compiler
    pkginfo SUNWscpu

    -crontab -e
     
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    yeah the cc in the /usr/ucb directory is a shell script that says something to the effect that the language package wasnt installed
     
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    Yes, /usr/ucb/cc is a wrapper to /usr/ccs/bin/cc or /opt/SUNWspro/bin/cc. I wasn't clear. If the latter 2 don't exist, you don't have it installed.

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