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Re: [Tinycc-devel] TCC compile error

From: Conrado Miranda
Subject: Re: [Tinycc-devel] TCC compile error
Date: Sat, 12 May 2007 20:39:08 -0300

Sorry by not being clear.
The tcc doesn't support all the flags of gcc, for example (I think so, but I've never used ALL of gcc :D). So the flags we set on the config files doesn't work as they should or not at all. The default Makefile is made by Automake that uses those flags.
As tcc doesn't support all the flags (I suppose), I couldn't use Automake to build a Makefile whose default C compiler is tcc, or can I?

Automake -> Makefile -> supports all default flags of gcc
Automake -> Makefile -> supports all the flags of tcc
Can I use the same Makefile for both? Do I need to use another program like Automake to build a different Makefile? Or I just have to use the right configuration on Automake to build a Makefile for tcc?

(Sorry, but it's the kind of question that just we noobs ask =//)

On 5/12/07, Rob Landley <address@hidden > wrote:
On Saturday 12 May 2007 9:12 am, Conrado Miranda wrote:
> One more thing, is there something or project to do a configure/makefile for
> tcc or it supports the original versions of it?

I'm sorry I've read that three times and I still don't understand what you're

I'll assume "something or project" is merely redundant.  "configure/makefile
for tcc", check, I think I understand that bit.  "or it supports the original
versions of it"...  Which "it" are you referring to here, tcc?  And what do
you mean by "supports"?

Is there a project to do a makefile for tcc that supports the original
versions of tcc?  Do you mean does the newer version of tcc build the older
versions?  I think it does.  Haven't tried it.

Do you mean is anyone supporting old versions of tcc?  (Isn't the general way
that open source projects work is you integrated changes and come up with new
releases?  Thus releasing new versions of a project means the project is

I'm confused.


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