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Re: [Tinycc-devel] Request for compiled copy of TCC

From: Roy Tam
Subject: Re: [Tinycc-devel] Request for compiled copy of TCC
Date: Tue, 24 Jan 2017 15:50:04 +0800


2017-01-24 15:44 GMT+08:00 Ben Hutchinson <address@hidden>:
> I would like it if you could compile the latest source of TCC and send me
> the EXE file. Note that it should be compiled in 32bit code, so that it will
> run on on both 64bit and 32bit computers. Also note that while its default
> output should be 32bit code, it should also be able to (using a command line
> switch) cross-compile to 64bit code.
> And one more request, that you send me a source package, which has a BAT
> file that is custom designed to compile TCC by using TCC as the compiler.
> Note that this source package should include TCC.EXE and the BAT file in the
> correct directory, so that I do not need to worry about configuring any
> aspects of the compiler or directory structure at all. I should be able to
> just doubleclick the BAT file, and poof, out pops a compiled copy of TCC in
> a Release or Bin directory.
> I will use that setup (rather than the standard GCC setup that most of the
> developers are working with) in order to add my own contribution to the
> development of TCC. The reason for this is that I have ZERO experience using
> GCC (which by the way is an INSANELY hard compiler to master), but I already
> have a fair amount of experience using TCC. I plan on writing and changing
> code in order to fix some bugs  in TCC, but I don't plan to compile my fixed
> copy of TCC with GCC. Rather I plan to compile it with TCC itself, so as to
> not place undue burden on myself.

Why not just grab TinyCC 0.9.26 from
and grab a git snapshot and compile it with 0.9.26?


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