OpenCOBOL 1.1 binaries

This place contains OpenCOBOL 1.1 binaries for different platforms.


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Sergey.

x86-64 (AMD-64) Windows (64-bit) VS2008

This build has been made on 2014/04/30 from 2010/05/19 1.1 snapshot with several patches including fix for COMP-3 and DISPLAY NUMERIC bug.

This build is using VS2008 (Microsoft C version 9 / Compiler Version 15.00.30729.01 for x64) so it's better you have it. You can download OpenCOBOL Windows 64-bit binaries, which include MPIR version 1.3.1, VBISAM 2.0, and PDCurses 3.4.

You can get Windows x86/x64 VS2008 project files, OC and Cobol85 test suite for windows here. You will need to move build_vbisam subdirectory into your open-cobol-1.1 directory.


Win32 Windows (32-bit) VS2008

This build has been made on 2014/04/30 from 2010/05/19 1.1 snapshot with several patches including fix for COMP-3 and DISPLAY NUMERIC bug.

This build is using VS2008 (Microsoft C version 9 / Compiler Version 15.00.30729.01 for 80x86) so it's better you have it. You can download OpenCOBOL Windows 32-bit binaries, which include MPIR version 1.3.1, VBISAM 2.0, and PDCurses 3.4.

You can get Windows x86/x64 VS2008 project files, OC and Cobol85 test suite for windows here. You will need to move build_vbisam subdirectory into your open-cobol-1.1 directory.


RS6000 AIX 6.1

AIX 6.1 64-bit Build

This build has been made on 2013/05/19 from 2010/05/19 1.1 snapshot with almost all of those patches including fix for COMP-3 and DISPLAY NUMERIC bug but no fixes for RETURNING.

Due to GCC severe problem in code generation design, OpenCOBOL cannot work with GCC on Power CPU. GCC will simply unable to compile any reasonably large program. This version requires IBM C compiler (xlc). OC was compiled using IBM XL C/C++ for AIX, V11.1 (5724-X13) Version: 11.01.0000.0005, but of course it might be possible that programs generated by OC will be okay with prior versions. Anyway, IBM C for AIX is not that expensive.

You can download OpenCOBOL AIX 6.1 64-bit binaries, which include MPIR version 2.2.1, and VBISAM 2.0.

For other pre-built packages you might want to visit AIX Toolbox for Linux Applications


Oracle SPARC Solaris - SunOS 5.11 11.1 (64-bit)

This build has been made on 2013/03/23 from 2010/05/19 1.1 snapshot with almost all of those patches including fix for COMP-3 and DISPLAY NUMERIC bug but no fixes for RETURNING.

This build (and all components) is made using Oracle Solaris Studio 11.3 - Sun C 5.12 SunOS_sparc 2011/11/16 compiler. This version libraries are in /usr/local/lib/sparcv9. You can download OpenCOBOL Solaris 11.1 64-bit binaries, which include MPIR version 2.5.2, and VBISAM 2.0.



WARNING !!! Due to the fact that HP is not willing to support developers, I am taking HP-UX out of support.

HP Integrity IA-64 HPUX 11.23 (64-bit)

This build has been made on 2013/03/20 from 2010/05/19 1.1 snapshot with almost all of those patches including fix for COMP-3 and DISPLAY NUMERIC bug but no fixes for RETURNING. It does not include fixes for BY VALUE bugs.

This build (and all components) is made using HP aC++/ANSI C B3910B A.06.05 [Jul 25 2005] compiler. You can download OpenCOBOL HPUX IA-64 64-bit binaries, which include MPIR version 1.3.1, and VBISAM 2.0.


OpenCOBOL 1.1 Older binaries


AS/400

This build has been made on 2010/04/12 from 2010/03/18 1.1 snapshot with several patches.

You can download OpenCOBOL AS/400 binaries, which include GMP version 4.2.1, and VBISAM 2.0.


390 Mainframe z/OS OMVS/USS subsystem (both 64-bit and 31-bit)

This build has been made on 2010/03/17 from 2010/03/17 1.1 snapshot.

You can download OpenCOBOL 390 binaries, which include GMP version 4.2.1 and Berkeley DB 4.4.20.


x86-64 (AMD-64) Windows (64-bit)

This build has been made on 2009/12/26 from this 2009/02/06 1.1 snapshot with those patches.

This build is using Microsoft C version 8 (from VS2005) so better you will have it, but you might be able to use version of C compiler from VS2003. You can download OpenCOBOL Windows 64-bit binaries, which include GMP version 4.2.1, Berkeley DB 4.4.20, and PDCurses 3.4.

You can get Windows x86/x64 VS2005 project files, IA64 command files for SDK, projects and command files to build GMP and BerkeleyDB as well as OC and Cobol85 test suite for windows here. You will need to move build_windows subdirectory into your open-cobol-1.1 directory.


x86 Windows (32-bit)

This build has been made on 2009/12/26 from this 2009/02/06 1.1 snapshot with those patches.

This build is using Microsoft C version 8 (from VS2005) so better you will have it, but you might be able to use older version of C compiler as well. You can download OpenCOBOL Win32 binaries, which include GMP version 4.2.1, Berkeley DB 4.4.20, and PDCurses 3.4.

You can get Windows x86/x64 VS2005 project files, IA64 command files for SDK, projects and command files to build GMP and BerkeleyDB as well as OC and Cobol85 test suite for windows here. You will need to move build_windows subdirectory into your open-cobol-0.33 directory.


HP Integrity IA-64 HPUX 11.23 (64-bit)

This build has been made on 2010/03/15 from 2010/03/15 1.1 snapshot.

This build (and all components) is made using HP aC++/ANSI C B3910B A.06.05 [Jul 25 2005] compiler. You can download OpenCOBOL HPUX IA-64 64-bit binaries, which include GMP version 4.2.1 and Berkeley DB 4.4.20.


RS6000 AIX 5

AIX 5.3 64-bit Build

This build has been made on 2008/12/11 from this 2008/12/11 1.1 snapshot.

Due to GCC severe problem in code generation design, OpenCOBOL cannot work with GCC on Power CPU. GCC will simply unable to compile any reasonably large program. This version requires IBM C compiler (xlc). OC was compiled using IBM XL C/C++ Enterprise Edition V8.0 for AIX but it is possible that programs generated by OC will be okay with prior versions. Anyway, IBM C for AIX (not C++) is not that expensive.

You can download OpenCOBOL AIX 5.3 64-bit binaries, which include GMP version 4.2.1 and Berkeley DB 4.4.20.

For other pre-built packages you might want to visit AIX Toolbox for Linux Applications