Posted February 14, 2019 12:21:04 Google Computes Engine is an open source software project that helps developers to build complex applications.
Today, the company is announcing the availability of an updated version of the compiler for the compiler to use with its new Compute engine.
The new compiler, called Compute Compiler 2.0, adds a new version of an existing tool to the Compute engines.
The new compiler supports a number of compilers, but none of them support the latest version of GCC 4.4.
It’s the compiler that runs on Compute-based machines, but only on the latest release of GCC.
“For a long time, the Computes compiler has been able to build compilers for the current version of C++11, and the GCC 4 and GCC 5 compilers.
But in the recent past, we have found that it does not always build the compilers that we need, and sometimes it does build them too slowly, resulting in compilation errors,” the company writes.
“To address these issues, we recently made a major change to the compiler, including adding support for the latest GCC 4 compiler.
This change should greatly improve the compilation experience for developers building applications on Computes Compiler.”
Google says the new compiler is “compatible with existing compilers as well as with GCC 4 compilers” and is “highly configurable.”
It’s “based on the C++ standard”, which is a “common language” used by compilers and other software, including GCC.
The compiler can be configured to run on Linux, Windows, and Mac OS X, and it can also run on the Solaris, BSD, and FreeBSD operating systems.
“It’s also available as a standalone tool, with no dependencies,” Google says.
“It supports a wide range of architectures, including x86, ARM, x86-64, ARMv8, ARM-Intel, x64-compatible, and x86.
The latest version also supports Linux and Windows.”
Google’s announcement includes a link to an official GCC 4 release notes. “
For example, when using the compiler with a large number of simultaneous instructions, the compiler can help to significantly reduce the size of a program.”
Google’s announcement includes a link to an official GCC 4 release notes.
Google says Compute compiler 2.1 will be available in “the coming weeks.”
“This release is targeted for GCC 4 users who have not previously used Computes C++ compiler,” Google adds.
“We encourage users to check out the new version before upgrading to the new compilers.”
Google has also released a video on the new tool that explains what it does and what to expect from it.