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    Default GCC bitwise operators source code

    I'd like to know how the code for the GCC >> and << bitwise operators is written, does anyone know where to download the code from without having to download the whole GCC source code? I had a look at the GNU website and I think I could view the source code using SVN, but I haven't a clue how to navigate the GCC repositories. Can anyone help? Thanks.

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    Default Re: GCC bitwise operators source code

    On 02/05/2012 12:06 AM, Minsky wrote:
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    > I'd like to know how the code for the GCC>> and<< bitwise operators is
    > written, does anyone know where to download the code from without having
    > to download the whole GCC source code? I had a look at the GNU website
    > and I think I could view the source code using SVN, but I haven't a clue
    > how to navigate the GCC repositories. Can anyone help? Thanks.


    it is possible, but probably unlikely you will find that level of
    expertise/knowledge floating around in the applications forum...you
    _might_ find it in the programming forum <http://tinyurl.com/5v695w4>
    but i think you will have faster/better luck by asking where the
    developers hang out: irc and/or mail lists...find those here:
    http://en.opensuse.org/openSUSE:Communication_channels

    but, _maybe_ you need to get closer to the real GCC gurus (or a book!
    you HAVE googled, right?)

    i don't know where they hang out, but i'll bet there is a gcc developer
    mail list and archive somewhere....lets see...yes, google knows:

    http://gcc.gnu.org/lists.html

    --
    DD
    Read what Distro Watch writes: http://tinyurl.com/SUSEonDW

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    Default Re: GCC bitwise operators source code

    Thanks DD, apologies for posting in the wrong forum, I didn't realize that the programming forum existed. Thanks for providing the various links, I'll try the programming forum first and see if I have any luck there.

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