The current version 2.3.13 (released on Sep 4, 2008) runs on Sun Solaris, IBM AIX, HP-UX, GNU/Linux, Digital Unix, Ultrix, Darwin/MacOS X, Windows NT and PocketPC and it should not be too difficult to port it to other platforms.
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The following packages are available:
- Complete sources for MICO in .tar.gz and .zip format.
- Development snapshots are available here.
- Anonymous Darcs acccess:
darcs get --set-scripts-executable http://mico.org/mico-darcs-repository mico
The following tools are necessary to compile MICO:
Note: if you would like to build multi-threaded enabled build, which is now default option, then instead of gcc 2.95 you have to use at least gcc 3.2. Multi-threaded MICO compiled by gcc 2.95 is not stable, because of some bugs in this compiler.
MICO has been reported to work on the following platforms. Let us know if you succeed in running MICO on other platforms
- Solaris 2.5, 2.6, 7, 8 and 9 on Sun SPARC (gcc 2.95, native C++ compiler)
- Solaris 8, 9 and 10 on Intel x86/AMD64 (gcc 3.3-4.0, native C++ compiler)
- AIX 4.2 on IBM RS/6000 (gcc 2.95, native C++ compiler)
- Linux 2.x on Intel x86/AMD64 (gcc 2.95-4.0, como4.3.x.y, icc8.0-9.0)
- Linux 2.x on Sun UltraSparc (gcc 2.95)
- Linux 2.x on DEC Alpha (gcc 2.95)
- Linux 2.x on ARM (gcc 3.2-3.4)
- Digital Unix 4.x and 5.x on DEC Alpha (gcc 2.95)
- Digital Ultrix 4.3 on DEC Mips (gcc 2.95)
- HP-UX 10.20/11.11 on PA-RISC (gcc 2.95, native C++ compiler)
- SGI-IRIX on DEC Mips (gcc 2.95, native C++ compiler)
- PowerMax OS (native C++ compiler)
- Windows 9x/NT/2000/XP (Visual-C++ 7 (aka .Net), Cygwin or MinGW)
- FreeBSD 3.x, 4.x, 5.x and 6.x on Intel x86 (gcc 2.95-3.4)
- Darwin/MacOS X 10.3 on PowerPC (gcc 3.3)
- Cray UNICOS/mp 2.4.40 (native C++ compiler: CC 22.214.171.124)
We heard rumors that MICO works on the following platforms:
- QNX on Intel x86/ARM
- RTEMS on Intel x86 (gcc 3.2)
- OS/2 on Intel x86 (emx 0.9)
- DG/UX on Intel x86 (egcs 1.x)
- LynxOS (egcs 1.x)
- Symbian 9 with P.I.P.S
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