on all systems.
old code can be used for suçh systems. I don't like to use cp on Linux.
PS: I currently on tablet, a notebook must be repaired.
2016-05-20 18:29 GMT+03:00, avih <address@hidden
> While I appreciate the confidence in me when you take code/patches which I
> wrote and commit them to mob yourself (and also the credit which you gave in
> your commits from today - in the past you did so without giving credit
> IIRC), I'd also appreciate some heads up and possibly some discussion.
> For instance, your commit bab4519 which is based on an issue which I
> detected and fixed (not perfectly, but still) at my drafts branch to allow
> the tests to run at a custom build dir, you changed the code to use
> 'realpath', but realpath is not available on all systems.
> You can use this code instead, which I wrote and I think would be enough for
> this case, here:
> Also, if you take someone else's commit and push it yourself, you can keep
> the author the same (assuming you didn't make meaningful changes) using git
> format-patch and git am (or cherry-pick etc), such that the original author
> doesn't appear only at the commit message, but actually stays the author of
> the commit.
> On Saturday, May 14, 2016 5:33 PM, avih <address@hidden
> You can try my branch: https://github.com/avih/tinycc/commits/drafts
> I force-push and keep it rebased on top of mob).
> It includes several build consolidation for windows such that it needs less
> windows-specific checks etc, but also adds some other improvements (like
> getopt working out of the box, and few more, including make it self-hosting
> using the latest official tcc-for-windows-release - 0.26). It shouldn't hard
> to identify the commits which only touch the build system.
> I haven't touched tcc for some months, and at the time I was able to use my
> drafts branch to build tcc and cross out of tree with all tests passing and
> the output executables working as expected, either on windows or linux,
> either in msys2-32/64 env using the native (gcc) compiler or msys1 env
> (using tcc0.26-32 for windows as the compiler and tiny_libmaker.exe as AR).
> I've updated it today (pushed to the drafts branch already) and added one
> commit which reverts a win32 specific stuff at the tests/Makefile (my
> earlier consolidations made it unneeded), and it now _seems_ to work again
> as expected (was able to build using msys2 (gcc) or msys (tcc.exe) and
> all the tests pass). But I didn't test it extensively.
> If you wish to test the version which got some more testing by me, you can
> try the branch "snapshot-drafts-2015-12-17"
> Hope it helps.
> PS.I wanted to push some/all of the commits on my "drafts" branch to mob
> after some cleanups, but never really got to end up doing it. If there's
> enough interest and my current drafts branc ends up usable for many, I'll
> reconsider putting the effort.
> On Saturday, May 14, 2016 4:57 PM, Chris Marshall
> As someone whose primary development environment is cygwin/win7, I would
> love for tcc to build and run under cygwin.
> On 5/14/2016 03:24, Sergey Korshunoff wrote:
>> MSYS2 is current environment for Qt and other software development on
>> Windows. It is a mingw+cygwin with a package manager (pacman), ported
>> from ARCH Linux. MSYS2 allow to build
>> mingw32/mingw64/cygwin32/cygwin64 programs in unix-like environment.
>> Currenly tcc can not be build on this environment (mix of unix and
>> windows). I think a system name (uname output) is needed to
>> select/reject some code in sources of the tcc.
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