[omniORB] OmniOrb supported compiler versions

OKeeffe, Michael K MOKEEFFE at amfam.com
Wed Aug 30 09:15:09 BST 2006

Ditto for the Microsoft VC++ 6.0.  In fact the binaries are already
built for that compiler:
And there's also an installer:
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To: 'Purushothaman, Karthik'; omniorb-list at omniorb-support.com
Subject: RE: [omniORB] OmniOrb supported compiler versions

I know it can be built with both the HP-UX 11i compilers listed.  I
would recommend upgrading them to the latest versions (6.10, 3.70), but
the listed ones work.



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Purushothaman, Karthik
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Subject: [omniORB] OmniOrb supported compiler versions



We build our source code on 4 platforms. 

Following table list down compiler version we use in various platform.

1. Can omniorb be built on these plaforms using the specified compilers?


Operating System


Our Compilers

Windows 2000


Microsoft Visual C++ 6.0 (Service Pack 6)

Solaris 9


Sun Studio 9 (32 Bit) patch 117549-01

HP-UX 11i


aCC A.3.63 (32 bit)

HP-UX 11i


aCC A.0.6.00 (32 bit) 



2. Whole of our code base uses standard C++ and C libraries (#include
<iostream>, #include<cstdio> and not #include <iostream.h>,

Does omniorb source code uses non-standard C++ and C libraries? 

We could see HAVE_STD macro in the omniorb source code. This should take
care of building the souce code using standard C++ libraries. How about
C libraries (#include<stdio.h>) ??







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