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Re: [Tinycc-devel] Using resource files with tcc. How do I do that?

From: Knut Flock
Subject: Re: [Tinycc-devel] Using resource files with tcc. How do I do that?
Date: Sat, 24 Nov 2007 07:01:24 -0800 (PST)

KHMan <address@hidden> wrote:
Knut Flock wrote:
> */KHMan /* wrote:
> Knut Flock wrote:
> > Could you, or someone else, review these commands and tell me
> where I'm
> > wrong?
> > [code]
> > tcc -c -W1,--oformat,coff test.c
> > rc testRC.rc
> > link /out:test.exe test.o testRC.res
> > [/code]
> > link returns:
> > test.o : fatal error LNK1136: invalid or corrupt file
> >
> > The tcc document page claims (if I understand right) that the tcc
> > command switch -W1,--oformat,coff will create a format only
> targeting a
> > specific CPU (TMS320C67xx) So it will not help me target a x86 based
> > computer (even if coff is the default MS format)?
> On a project with very limited resources like tcc, you should be
> "using the source" first... and most developers are expected to be
> able to handle significant problem-solving tasks on their own...
> Please check with the sources, then ping the list. If checking the
> sources is a problem, perhaps you shouldn't be using tcc at all...
> [snip]
> If that is the case, why have a list at all? And why monitor it? And at
> last why spend your limited resources answereing with an answer that
> finishes with a question?

Sorry, I'll stay out of this discussion.


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Thanks for the last response KHMan. It shows your not into picking fights and flamewars as quite many with the kind of first response you gave are.

Just want to say. The size and speed of tcc have put the fun back into using C for me. I can actually do a code-test-code cycle on a machine that ain't the latest and greats.
So to all of you who are here manly because of your interest for the internal workings of the compiler. My question might be to simple for most of you. I'm probably not at the level most of the participants at this list are. My apologies if I'm out of line. Thanks for working on tcc.
Best Regards

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