(glibc) The run-time library for the GNU C compiler, gcc, and others. glibc is the source code for libc.a. It is maintained separately from the compilers and is a superset of ANSI C and POSIX.1 and a large subset of POSIX.2.
Latest version: 2.1.3, as of 2000-04-29
Mailing list: (bugs).
- Gnu e
A persistent C++ variant Version 2.3.3 compiler (ftp://ftp.cs.wisc.edu/exodus/E/). GNU E is a persistent, object oriented programming language developed as part of the Exodus project. GNU E extends C++ with the notion of persistent data, program level data objects that can be transparently used across multiple executions of a program, or multiple programs, without explicit input […]
- Gnu dc
GNU Desktop Calculator. An interpreter for a subset of the standard Unix DC that handles all its operations, except the (undocumented) array operations. Integration with GNU BC is being attempted. Version 0.2. FTP dc-0.2.tar.Z from your nearest GNU archive site. (1993-05-21)
- Gnu free documentation license
legal (GFDL) The Free Software Foundation’s license designed to ensure the same freedoms for documentation that the GPL gives to software. This dictionary is distributed under the GFDL, see the copyright notice in the Free On-line Dictionary of Computing section (at the start of the source file). The full text follows. Version 1.1, March 2000 […]
/gnoo’maks/ [contraction of “GNU Emacs”] Often-heard abbreviated name for the GNU project’s flagship tool, Emacs. Used especially in contrast with GOSMACS. [Jargon File]