On Mon, 13 Jul 2020, Erick Wittman wrote:
I am using CentOS 8 and am using various packages in the EPEL
repository. I am interested in seeing gcc-gnat added to EPEL.
I cannot find a current Fedora maintainer listed for this package, but
it is available in Fedora (at least in version 32). Are there any EPEL
maintainers who are interested in creating an EPEL version of this package?
given I'm replying to an old thread, I'm not really sure if you're still
interested, but https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=1983416
I now submitted for a package review. Yes, the package might not be perfect
because /usr/bin/gcc can not be used directly, but there are alternative
GCC frontends such as 'gnatgcc' that worked (at least for me) as expected.
As it can be seen from the RHBZ dependencies, I'm caring about Objective-C
support, but I thought it might be worth to cover all missing parts. As far
as I can tell "hello world" worked for all built languages and the gcc-epel
package can be used also for scenarios with a single compiler but multiple
programming languages, e.g. by using CC=gnatgcc (used inside the package to