[Coco] Version 0.1.20 of CMOC C-like compiler released

Bill Pierce ooogalapasooo at aol.com
Fri Mar 11 00:28:05 EST 2016

Pierre, I could possibly be a little help on the OS9 implementation of CMOK as I have worked on various parts of the OS9 C compiler through the years. My only problem is I have too many Coco related projects going on as it is and I don't know if I have time to work in another. I work in OS9 C in all my Coco projects, some of which are pretty extensive.
I may download the sources and maybe make some suggestions from time to time if that's ok. I'd love to see a cross-compiler for OS9 C. We've needed one for a long time.



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-----Original Message-----
From: Pierre Sarrazin <sarrazip at sarrazip.com>
To: Bill Pierce via Coco <coco at maltedmedia.com>
Sent: Fri, Mar 11, 2016 12:02 am
Subject: Re: [Coco] Version 0.1.20 of CMOC C-like compiler released

Dixit Bill Pierce (2016-03-08 18:58):> Pierre, how hard would it be to add the option for position> independant coding & OS9 style headers for CMOK ouput?  It would> be nice to have something to use for OS9 cross-compiling in C> (just a thought).As Jamie stated, CMOC always generates position independentcode. The --os9 option generates an OS-9 executable instead ofa Disk Basic one. You can look at the .asm file to see how CMOCgenerates the header.The OS-9 support is rudimentary. I was able to compile and run aprintf() statement. I am not very familiar with OS-9, so takingCMOC further along that path will require input from seasonedOS-9 programmers.-- Pierre Sarrazin <sarrazip @ sarrazip . com>-- Coco mailing listCoco at maltedmedia.comhttps://pairlist5.pair.net/mailman/listinfo/coco

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