Updates to support Dignus cross-compiler on z/OS

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Updates to support Dignus cross-compiler on z/OS

Phil Smith-2
These aren't all someone would need to use Dignus, as it's a two-step compiler: the C/C++ compilers generate assembler, and then there's an assemble step. But getting these files into CMake would be a step in the right direction.

The attached file is a ZIP file, renamed to (hopefully) avoid filtering. It contains 4 files, with path info included.

Questions/etc. are welcome, of course!
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Re: Updates to support Dignus cross-compiler on z/OS

Alexander Neundorf-3
On Wednesday 16 December 2009, Phil Smith wrote:
> These aren't all someone would need to use Dignus, as it's a two-step
> compiler: the C/C++ compilers generate assembler, and then there's an
> assemble step. But getting these files into CMake would be a step in the
> right direction.

Hmm, I think before adding them to cmake cvs they must be somewhat complete.

> The attached file is a ZIP file, renamed to (hopefully) avoid filtering. It
> contains 4 files, with path info included.
>
> Questions/etc. are welcome, of course!

Can you please create a bug report at http://public.kitware.com/Bug and attach
the files there ?

Alex
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