Linked by Joel Dahl on Sun 30th Jan 2011 20:22 UTC
General Development The BSD licensed Portable C Compiler (PCC) is steadily on the road for a 1.0 release and is now able to compile a FreeBSD/amd64 CURRENT system with almost no changes. The current version of PCC has evolved from the original PCC developed at Bell Labs during the 1970s and has been maintained by Anders Magnusson and a small team of developers during the last decade. It has received more attention during the last few years, especially by OpenBSD and NetBSD people seeing it at as a viable option as a GCC replacement.
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RE[7]: Comment by bogomipz
by Nth_Man on Fri 4th Feb 2011 10:31 UTC in reply to "RE[6]: Comment by bogomipz"
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I've also looked at the price of the commercial Qt license (I admit it left me breathless), it's almost twice my monthly pay so it's not for me

Unless you are planning to do something very strange... Qt will be of no cost for you.

That is to say, you can make "commercial" programs without the "commercial license".

Please see http://qt.nokia.com/products/licensing/

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