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How To: Set up GCC on iOS 4 - TooTallNate.net Static Version Even though I have the source for my iOS port of node up on GitHub, people are apparently still having trouble compiling it on their own since they can't seem to even get gcc up and running properly. I've been meaning to put together a walkthrough of how to set gcc up from a fresh jailbreak, but have been waiting for the iPad 2 jailbreak so I base the walkthrough off of that.
Posted by Sergiu on September 12, 2010 I search a lot on internet how to do this, and I found some info from Anastas Stoyanovsky. Most people posted that if you install libgcc on iOS 4 it will crash at boot but this is not true. Here is what you need to do in order to be able to compile and run a C application on iphone: 1. Compile C applications with gcc on iOS 4 (iPhone) « IT News, Tutorials, Solutions – SYSTEM HALT
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