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Smaller C compiler (Announce)

posted by alexfru(R), USA, 10.11.2017, 05:27

> Someone on freedos-user was mentioning DeSmet
> C (which was GPL'd several years ago), hinting that we should make a
> package for
> FDNPKG.

There's also "Pacific C for MS-DOS, v7.51" in case it's forgotten.

> But it's a somewhat limited toolset, and I think SmallerC would
> make a better package. Would that be okay with you if I made one? It would
> go in the Software List under
> Development,
> mirrored on iBiblio.

Include the project GitHub URL and the SHA of the top commit somewhere in the package description, so the package can be traced back if needed as I don't maintain a version in the binaries. Also, it's probably a good idea to include the project wiki pages into the package since there's no /? or --help option in the binaries and somehow those wiki pages are not really part of the project (you don't get them in the .zip file downloaded from gitHub or if you do "git pull" on the project).

> In other news, looks like GCC 8 will support "bugfixed"
> C17.
>
> In still other news, the OpenWatcom 2.0-pre
> snapshot
> has been updated very recently.
>
> In annoying (but unsurprising) news,
> VirusTotal
> claims to find a trojan in your Win32 PE/.EXE files (under binw).

Imbeciles. So much for all the AI/ML/etc hype.

> Actually,
> MS Security Essentials deleted my local .ZIP while I was just listing the
> files in it! So I had to go to "Settings" and add it to "Excluded files and
> locations". It's all too common with "exotic" PE/.EXE files.

Um... I had the project directory excluded on my Windows 7 because it was slowing things down, but I just removed the exclusion and scanned the directory with Security Essentials and all was OK. The virus/malware definitions were last updated yesterday (version 1.257.257.0). What's on your end?

 

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