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Old 8086 version of pcc spotted (cross-compiles to DOS) (Miscellaneous)

posted by bocke(R), 01.03.2012, 21:33

Micro C is more a limited C subset for embedded applications. Something along the lines of Small C.

32-bit
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ACC (386, incomplete ?, educational, cardware)

16-bit
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PCC 1.2b - 1.2d (a freeware version of Desmet C)
Miracle C 1.5 - 1.7 (shareware, req. MS link, comes with cc and clib, limited?)

Limited C subset
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Ron Cain's Small C 8086/8088 ports (original published in DDJ)
* Project -fbin (diff. versions, req. nasm, modern)
* Small C 2.1 - 2.2 (by James Hendrix, shareware, improved)
* BYTE Small-C 1.0 (Rick Grehan, BYTE Mag., req ms link/masm)
* Caproc Small-C (8088, req. ms link/masm)

Re toolchain:
Generally, it seems to be the practice to have the toolchain similar to the one you mentioned. I don't know if there is some "standard" how to implement C compiler. There seem to be different implementations with some common points.

 

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