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Re: [MiNT] GEMlib 0.43.6 for lattice c
On Wednesday 14 June 2006 22:25, Arnaud BERCEGEAY wrote:
> Roger Burrows has ported gemlib for lattice c. The package is now
> available on the gemlib web site.
> The package contains the library, and all the necessary stuff to rebuilt
> the library. A readme file in the archive gives all the details.
I was trying to use SozobonX version of the GEMlib with SozobonX.
However, hcc is complaining about the first "typedef struct" in the mt_gem.h
header. It says "syntax (try skipping)" which I assume to mean that it
skipped rest of the include file completely.
So, I was wondering which version of the SozobonX C-compiler you're using to
produce the SozobonX version of GEMlib and where you got it?
Btw. The reason why I'm using SozobonX is that I wanted to make Ballerburg
source code ANSI-C and translate it. I got that already done and working
with a compiler which char was of different signedness and int 16-bit (the
code was doing calculations with chars and using ints as pointers), but I
would like to get it working also with a free compiler. I don't have at the
moment a MiNT/gcc set up, so I'm trying to do this using SozobonX under
Gulam in Hatari emulator...
Note that if I use the Linux cpp to pre-process the code (and strip away the
lines starting with '#'), then 'hcc' compiles the code this fine. So, the
problem seems to be in the hcc pre-processing part.