16-bit x86 C compiler
This is a C-compiler for 8086 cpus which is important for the
development of boot loaders or BIOS related 8086 code.
It is possible to run 8086 code under i386 Linux using an emulator,
`elksemu', also included in this package.
From firstname.lastname@example.org Thu Jan 30 19:54:34 1997
Date: Wed, 29 Jan 1997 23:46:50 +0100 (MET)
From: Gero Kuhlmann <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: 8086 Development environment
And one hint for using the optimizer I sent you in an earlier mail: the
order of the rules files matters! You should try:
copt -c! -h"use16 386" rules.start rules.386 rules.86 rules.end
If you don't want
This is a development environment for ELKS-86 and standalone 8086 code.
All you need to do is 'make' from the top directory and the main parts
of the package will be made. These can be tested by using the 'ncc'
program from the newly created bin subdirectory. (ncc is a varient of
the bcc driver program that doesn't need to be installed to be used).
Use 'make install' to install them.
@(#) README 1.6 93/06/18 22:29:34
unproto - Compile ANSI C with traditional UNIX C compiler
This is a filter that sits in between the UNIX C preprocessor and the
next UNIX C compiler stage, on the fly transforming ANSI C syntax to
old C syntax. Line number information is preserved so that compiler
diagnostics still make sense. It runs at roughly the same speed as
bcc - Bruce's C
linux86 (0.16.17-3.1) unstable; urgency=low
* Non-maintainer upload.
* Fix "FTBFS: ncc: illegal
For version 0.16.*.
> Sorry forgot to flip this back: perror and strerror are back to using
This package is part of the Debian GNU/Linux's version of the 8086
Software development environment
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