|Subject:||Re: [Tinycc-devel] TinyC configuration on WinXP|
|Date:||Wed, 7 Aug 2013 15:05:58 -0400|
What environment variables does TinyC use on WindowsXP? I can't find any
documentation on this. I'm not talking about the normal variables of the
shell like PATH, but specific to Tcc. I'm not seeing anything with 'tcc'
in it using 'SET'. I'm trying to see if I can change it's behavior by
setting 'something' (like maybe it's library search path [I know how to do
that on the command line ;-) ]). I can't help but believing that it uses
SOME environment setting.
I'm trying to understand what it's 'default' behavior is (also not well
For example, the web-page document says:
"default system include paths are : '/usr/local/include', '/usr/include'
and 'PREFIX/lib/tcc/include' (PREFIX is usually '/usr' or '/usr/local')"
Well on my WinXP it ain't in any of those places, it's buried in
"C:\Document and Settings\Mike\My Documents\Programming\tcc\include" and
it finds the files just fine without me doing anything. There is no local
or usr in the path to those files or my current working directory. The
document is obviously wrong. It's the PREFIX in the above that made me
think I can somehow control this.
I've googled "tinyc compiler internal configuration" and get nothing useful.
Also, is there a way I can "printf" ANY internal tcc configuration [like
defaults] from within my C code?
In summary, can someone (who KNOWS), tell me what environment variables
Least anyone think I'm somehow dissatified, I've been happily using TinyC
for several years.
I'm using v0.9.25
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