[Coco] Need some advice
Stephen H. Fischer
SFischer1 at Mindspring.com
Fri May 20 01:12:46 EDT 2016
For a zip file of the latest "C" tools see the attachment to this post:
Sorry about the "C" second disk, I never got to it.
The previous posts in that thread give some of the history of where we are now.
Anyone know where the "C" debugging tool from a "C" Language magazine I typed in and made to work on OS-9 ended up?
I cannot find it.
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From: "Randy Weaver" <emceesquared at gmail.com>
To: "'CoCoList for Color Computer Enthusiasts'" <coco at maltedmedia.com>
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Subject: [Coco] Need some advice
> Just getting starting into CoCo programming.
> As a C# dev, I'm naturally looking for a C-like language as I'm most
> familiar with the syntax but I have a few noob questions.
> How would one rate language performance? And how does OS/9 come into play?
> Is it ASSEMBLER/RS-DOS the fastest or are there OS/9 multi-tasking goodness
> that would be better? What languages are there? I know about the CMOC
> project . a C-like compiler for RS-DOS right?
> ANY help would be appreciated. I'm a bit lost and not sure where to start.
> I loved basic when I first started but know now. an interpreted language
> will have too many limitations. In order to do cool stuff (especially on a
> coco) I will need all the efficiency I can get from the 6x09.
> Any advice from devs out there?
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