OSX 10.10.5 need to compile some
c++ code with an old version of
4.3.4. I don't think
XCode provide that kind of tools. I suppose there is a way to do that by hand. How can I do that ?
I have compiled older gcc in the past as a last resort.
- Get Xcode - it gives you clang and lots of header files. If you can't stomach it, get the command line tools.
- Get http://brew.sh
brew install gcc
From there you can see if an older gcc is available or worst case, pull that source and compile it from the version of gcc you have running from above. It looks like you'll be able to use homebrew to get at the version 4.3 from the versioned source already in the tool:
mac:~ me$ brew search gcc gcc homebrew/dupes/apple-gcc42 homebrew/versions/gcc44 homebrew/versions/gcc47 homebrew/versions/gcc5 homebrew/head-only/gccxml homebrew/versions/gcc45 homebrew/versions/gcc48 homebrew/versions/llvm-gcc28 homebrew/versions/gcc43 homebrew/versions/gcc46 homebrew/versions/gcc49