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g++

https://www.gnu.org/software/g++/
C++ compiler.

g++ is the traditional nickname of GNU C++, a freely redistributable C++ compiler. It is part of gcc, the GNU compiler suite, and is currently part of that distribution.


  • Decommissioned note:

g++ is now fully integrated in GCC

Documentation

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Tips for new GNU maintainers

Selection from the FSF shop

Free as in Freedom 2.0, by Richard Stallman

Introduction to the Command Line

Using GCC: The GNU Compiler Collection Reference Manual, v. 3.3



Helping the GNU Project and the Free Software Movement



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Download

https://ftp.gnu.org/gnu/gcc/gcc-4.6.4/gcc-g++-4.6.4.tar.bz2

version 4.6.4 (stable)
released on 12 April 2013

Decommissioned

Yes

If you have time and interest in resurrecting this GNU package, please contact: mailto:maintainers@gnu.org


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