At 02:54 AM 4/28/2004, Ethan Dicks wrote:
I had a toy C compiler for the C-64 years and years
ago... I don't think I
tried to compile anything over about 25 lines with it - it was too cumbersome
to use and took forever to compile anything.
I think I bought that one, too - developed by a college kid
in Canada, as I recall.
If someone's hunting for clues on running Aztec for Apple II,
you could always track down its author, Jim Goodnow, who was
active in the Amiga community and after that, Viscorp and REBOL.
I seem to remember that him telling stories about how he
used a PDP-11 to bootstrap the first versions of Manx's compiler.