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Next to test it out I downloaded mical-0.1.0.tar.gz to ~/tmp. I extracted the files and then did export PATH=/opt/gcc/3.3.6/bin:$PATH; configure;make. I didn't do a make install. I'm not comfortable installing something that will need the parallel version of GCC in /local or /opt yet. But I did plink with the algorithm tests and they seemed to work correctly.
For some reason the PATH approach above didn't seem to stick so now I'm building mical by specifying the version of gcc/g++ to as a parameter to the configure script:
configure CC=/opt/gcc/3.3.6/bin/gcc CXX=/opt/gcc/3.3.6/bin/g++.