> There's a GNAT for for PowerMacs. Tenon says it can be used with 68K Macs, too. >... hosted on MachTen CodeBuilder, > a full Unix that runs as a Mac app alongside MacOS. Diff between CodeBuilder and the full MachTen is the interfacing parts that make rlogin, ftp, nfs, etc. possible (of course a lot of that is available for Mac separately). > It comes with the full suite of GNU software, including GNAT and all the > other GNU languages, and also a good deal of NextOS-type code. And Tenon says that the source for the Mach Unix kernel is also included. > This is an endorsement, but not an ad. I don;t have a formal relationship > with Tenon; > Same here.