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This is just a convenience thing. Is there a way to use C++ sort of like an interpreted language, only in the sense that you could compile and run it without outputting a binary file. This is of course assuming it's a single c++ that doesn't need any other libraries to run.

I'm just wondering if this is possible.

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Output to a temporary file (e.g. in /tmp) which you remove afterwards, or leave it and overwrite the next time.

You may be interested in IGCC.

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yeah. IGCC is the way to go. – Tyson Oct 31 '10 at 8:33

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