PROGRESS REPORT

This purpose of this post is to publish single line status
reports on the projects performed during the week.

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2017/01/05

APPLE IMACS COMPUTER

To be able to access the compilers presented in the Apple App Store, I needed
to update my operationg system. Once I did this, I explored the Apple App
Store for a gcc compiler. None was found. I next tried to access it from the
terminal site. This time, it was successful. It was found in the clang compiler.

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2017/01/07

APPLE IMACS COMPUTER

The Apple Community has informed me that the gcc compiler
is driven by a make file just like it is in Linux.

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2017/01/08

PORTABLE SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT- typedef

The _BASIC_TYPEDEF_LOAD_END,
_BASIC_TYPEDEF_DESTROY, and the typedef software
parts library have been successfully prepared. It is now
ready for functional testing.

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2017/01/11

APPLE IMACS COMPUTER

A careful examination of the system file directories have
indicated to me that the current system does not have the
Clang Compiler. I have attempted download the XCODE to
get this capability. The age of the operating system has
prevented this from happening. Getting the gcc compiler
from a independent source seems to be the only option.

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One Response to “PROGRESS REPORT”

  1. John Says:

    Way cool! Some very valid points! I appreciate you writing this article plus the rest of the website is also very good.

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