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releases:3.2.0:usersguide:gnudevelopmenttools [2014/11/11 08:52] (current)
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 +Note: Packman is outdated. Since 3.1.8 you should use pkgin and pkgsrc. See
 +[[.:​installingbinarypackages|installing]] and 
 +[[.:​..:​developersguide:​testingpkgsrc|developing]] with pkgsrc.
 +
 +They have more packages than mentioned below.
 +
 +====== GNU Development Tools ======
 +
 +You can install many of the GNU development tools on MINIX.
 +
 +===== GCC (GNU Compiler Suite) =====
 +
 +You can install GCC via packman. You will also need to install binutils. If you are running MINIX 3.1.4 and above, you will also need to install the corresponding gcc-libs (e.g., gcc-4.1.1-libs) package.
 +
 +You will need to add ///​usr/​gnu/​bin//​ to your //$PATH//.
 +
 +===== Other Development Tools =====
 +
 +You can also install the following tools via Packman. They are very useful if you plan on building third-party ​
 +programs via MINIX 3:
 +
 +  * autoconf
 +  * automake
 +  * make
 +  * m4
 +  * bison
 +  * flex
 +  * gettext
 +  * readline
 +  * texinfo
 +  * patch
  
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