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== Installation ==
 
== Installation ==
  
The quickest way to install GCC on Alpine Linux is by issuing the following command:
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The quickest way to get started with GCC on Alpine Linux is by issuing the following command:
 
{{cmd|apk add build-base}}
 
{{cmd|apk add build-base}}
  
 
<code>build-base</code> is a meta-package that will install the GCC, libc-dev and binutils packages (amongst others).
 
<code>build-base</code> is a meta-package that will install the GCC, libc-dev and binutils packages (amongst others).
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For a smaller install you may install just <code>gcc</code> but will also need at least <code>musl-dev</code> or <code>libc-dev</code>.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 09:44, 11 February 2021

GCC, which stands for GNU Compiler Collection, is a free, open-source compiler system produced by the GNU Project.

Installation

The quickest way to get started with GCC on Alpine Linux is by issuing the following command:

apk add build-base

build-base is a meta-package that will install the GCC, libc-dev and binutils packages (amongst others).

For a smaller install you may install just gcc but will also need at least musl-dev or libc-dev.