Re: HP C Compiler for Integrity OpenVMS 8.3 (212 Views)
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Levon Nikoghosyan
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HP C Compiler for Integrity OpenVMS 8.3

Please provide the link for download appropriate Compiler for mentioned system
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Steven Schweda
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Re: HP C Compiler for Integrity OpenVMS 8.3

Is this another hobbyist system? There may
be ways to get this compiler, but a forum
run by the copyright owner may not be a good
place to discuss them. Supply an e-mail
address, and you may learn more.
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Ian Miller.
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Re: HP C Compiler for Integrity OpenVMS 8.3

You can order media for hobbyists here

http://www.montagar.com/hobbyist/mount.html

If you are a commercial developer then do join AllianceOne and you will be able to download compilers. http://h21007.www2.hp.com/portal/site/dspp

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Craig A Berry
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Re: HP C Compiler for Integrity OpenVMS 8.3

Ian> You can order media for hobbyists here
Ian>
Ian> http://www.montagar.com/hobbyist/mount.html

No he can't. The subject line says "Integrity" and as far as I know there have never been hobbyist media available for Itanium. Which is a pity.

Folks with a C compiler under support should be able to get kits from the "Software Update Manager" here at ITRC. But to get a C compiler under support you have to locate a reseller (which is not necessarily easy), order the product, and wait for the license (and optionally media) to arrive.

The C++ compiler is available as an ECO from the "Patch database" here at ITRC, but to get there you need an OpenVMS support contract tied to your ITRC membership, and of course a C++ license, which involves talking to a reseller.

If you are an ISV producing a product rather than just a someone trying to get work done, the AllianceOne program Ian mentioned is an option.

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