C/C++ and Fortran

Overview of C/C++ support in Rational Developer for Power

By Archive User posted Mon January 10, 2011 03:32 PM

  

Originally posted by: vivian.kong


You may have heard about Rational Developer for Power Systems Software, which now has support for development of COBOL on AIX, C/C++ on AIX and Power Linux as well as IBM i application development.  It is easy to kick the tires by downloading the trial from here.

But if you only have 5 minutes just check out the YouTube video below and be amazed at the C/C++ functionality now available for AIX and Linux developers.

For more information go to the product web site at http://www-01.ibm.com/software/rational/products/rdp/.

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Wed August 24, 2011 02:00 PM

Originally posted by: SOL400


Hi, I to am using the AIX C++ compiler 10.1 within PASE and would also like to see support within RDp. It appears that the only problem is making a connection directly to the PASE environment, BUT I guess I will not know until I can make a connection... Spencer

Thu March 03, 2011 07:25 PM

Originally posted by: pankajchandel


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Wed February 16, 2011 09:24 AM

Originally posted by: iDevGuy


The IBM i documentation outlines the steps for installing the C/C++ compiler from AIX on the system in PASE. It works quite well and this capability has been available for years. However, it is frustrating that the option for IBM i only seems to assume that we would want to work with just native development. The IBM i option should include real support for PASE development. The RSE connection frustratingly only supports native QSYS and non-PASE functionality and cannot be used for remote C/C++ project development in PASE. To accomplish this correctly, we would need the dstore server to properly support PASE, and the debugger engine to work in PASE. I don't see why either of these would be terribly difficult to accomplish. To make matters worse, V8 is even less compatible with PASE, as the dstore server won't work unless connected to as generic unix. Even so, only file browsing and remote shells work, but we need dstore to support processes on PASE.

Fri February 11, 2011 07:33 AM

Originally posted by: gbjbacb5


Is the C/C++ feature available on IBM i ? If not, are we stuck with console based C++ development. Or what about the possibility of using the AIX C++ compiler within a PASE environment on i ? Thanks Colin B