Those who choose this book will be rewarded with a clear understanding of GCC basics.
Examples help you understand key concepts -- no "build your own music library" example you have to follow along the whole book.
Though GCC is intrinsically tied to Linux the information in the book is readily translatable to the MinGW-Win XP environment.
Superbly written, stays on topic, covers all the bases. Required reading for any GCC user, regardless of skill level. And a very handy reference.Published 26 days ago by Dwight D
if you know a bit of C/C++ this book is a quick way to apply that knowlege to a linux-based system. I use mint linux; I like this reference because it is short and to the point;... Read morePublished 2 months ago by James Brownlow
A great intro into learning about "make". Book is well written and has great practical examples. It also discussion about other tools like "profile" and "valgrind".Published on April 17, 2012 by Dang Le
This is an OK introduction to GCC. It is very brief and can be read just a few hours. There are some good examples that you can try, but not everything worked as expected on the... Read morePublished on August 21, 2011 by Ken L. Norton
This book can be finished in one or two days cover to cover, it contents all useful info that a programmer usually learns from here and there by practice.Published on July 26, 2011 by Yong Zhi
it all makes more sense..
Less monkey see, monkey do..
a whole lot more clue.
Cheap at the price. Beats trawling through online docs.
Perfect amount of text for me to refresh after a long gcc hiatus. I recommend this for people new to the gcc compiler.Published on April 12, 2011 by Bryan Thomas
I just spent the last few hours reading through this. I spend most of my time in dynamic languages, Python mostly, but was wanting to get involved in some C-programming. Read morePublished on April 10, 2011 by R. Syring