Small C ver 1.00 source?
bfranchuk at jetnet.ab.ca
Tue Jul 14 01:50:52 CDT 2020
On 7/13/2020 6:14 PM, Grant Taylor via cctalk wrote:
> On 7/13/20 1:06 PM, Will Cooke via cctech wrote:
>> Does anyone have any suggestions as to where it should go for
> Some combination of Internet Archive, BitKeepers, and TUHS would be my
> minimum recommendation.
> As you say, it's small. It wouldn't be hard to hold on to.
Well you need to add a (compiler) executable file, and a linker and a
assembler. Source code is still easy to find, but system
software is a pain to find. You can't call Microsoft up and ask
for 8 or 16 bit software any more. 90% of the DOS archives are gone. dd
is also a handy thing to have on a PC.
Under DOS BOX I use small C 2.2 to compile small C 1.1.
The assembler and linker I use, just have ample memory for the
symbol tables so you can't make big changes.
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