(GNU Compiler Collection) A popular compiler from the GNU Project that is used in Linux and Unix environments as well as in gaming and embedded platforms such as Symbian, Freescale Power Architecture and Playstation. The "cc" originally meant "C Compiler," but was changed to "Compiler Collection" after it was enhanced to support additional programming languages, including C++, Objective-C, Fortran, Pascal and Java. See binutils, GNU Project and GNU.
(computing) Initialism of GNUCompilerCollection. It is a collection of compilers for C, C++, Fortran, etc. aiming to be standards-compliant and correct.
(politics) Initialism of GulfCooperationCouncil. It is a multinational body of countries of the Persian Gulf area.
Origin of gcc
(GNU Compiler Collection): GCC was originally an acronym for "GNU C Compiler", now a backronym for "GNU Compiler Collection".
To find out more about their FORTRAN compilers, visit the gcc website.
compiler collection gcc, g77, (and optionally g++) will compile ESP-r.
For example, many IDL users have the gcc compiler installed on their systems.
NOTE -- Native Solaris Threads are not supported with the GNU GCC compiler.
compressed archive containing the gcc C compiler, standard C libraries, the emacs editor, info files.