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- Subject: Re: Antwort: Re: Lua on DOS with 8086
- From: Luiz Henrique de Figueiredo <lhf@...>
- Date: Mon, 19 Jun 2000 11:32:36 -0300 (EST)
>From email@example.com Mon Jun 19 11:17:13 2000
>If you are looking for an ANSI compiler, have a look at the shareware
>pacific c compiler:
>It seems, that it is ANSI, but I'm not shure. They tell much about ANSI in
That's the problem. They all say it's ANSI, but their notion of ANSI varies.
Of course, the compilers I tested are quite old, and it might be true that
they were ANSI when they were released...
>What is/means LTN1?
LTN = Lua Technical Notes.
>Maybe I will find a freeware ANSI C compiler for you...
That would be great. Thanks.
What compiler are you using for your HP200LX Organizer?
What I'm really looking for is a cross-compiler, something that can be
run in Linux, but generates 16-bit code, with all its limitations.
Of course, compilers for DOS are ok, even if it's not the most convenient
thing for me.