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Re: [MiNT] [Mint-cvs] [FreeMiNT CVS] freemint/sys/sockets/inet4
Jo Even Skarstein wrote:
From: "Helmut Karlowski" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Saturday, January 02, 2010 12:00 PM
Subject: Re: [MiNT] [Mint-cvs] [FreeMiNT CVS] freemint/sys/sockets/inet4
I would probably have to do the same if I want to do any work on
MiNT/XaAES myself. However, I don't feel good about it. I have nothing
What do you mean? There is lots of software that compiles on a TT
using gcc, and a great deal works even with pure-c, just for
MiNT/XaAES atari might be too week.
There are larger programs than MiNT or XaAES that compile
fine on a TT with Pure C or AHCC.
The biggest program was A68G of Marcel vd Veer.
It took AHCC about 20 minutes and produced a 650K executable.
This is slow compared to supercomputers, but pretty fast
compared to supercomputer software ported to Atari.
That's what I mean. I have no use for gcc for my own projects, I write
them in plain ANSI C with the standard libraries. I'm using PureC for
now, but will move to AHCC in the next few months.
On my todo list is compiling MiNT and XaAES.
I probably start on MiNT 1.15.12 and XaAES2002.
The first because it is the last stable release,
the latter because it is a Pure C program and I know it.
Henk Robbers. http://members.chello.nl/h.robbers
Interactive disassembler: TT-Digger; http://digger.atari.org
A Home Cooked C compiler: AHCC; http://ahcc.atari.org