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yeohhs



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If you're look for GCC 7.2 for Windows, check out this site.

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This web page provides Fortran, C and C++ for Windows for download. Equation Solution build the compilers from GCC. gFortran, gcc and g++ are high performance compilers, and absolutely free under General Public License. Binaries distributed at this site are a variant of GCC. Distributions of Equation Solution have indepentent settings. The major change is the library to support parallel processing has been replaced.

The compilers support OpenMP, for multiple-core and multiple-processor computing.


http://www.equation.com/servlet/equation.cmd?fa=fortran
Post 03 Jan 2018, 10:16
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TmX



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Another interesting alternative is:
MinGW Distro

It has some nice packages provided like Boost, PCRE, libjpeg etc Smile
Post 03 Jan 2018, 11:29
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zhak



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I'd like to find some small portable C compiler like TinyC. Unfortunately is has been abandoned long ago
Post 03 Jan 2018, 11:45
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yeohhs



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TmX wrote:
It has some nice packages provided like Boost, PCRE, libjpeg etc Smile


Awesome! Very Happy
Post 03 Jan 2018, 11:46
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TmX



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zhak wrote:
I'd like to find some small portable C compiler like TinyC. Unfortunately is has been abandoned long ago


Tiny C Compiler, I assume?
Last updated at 17 Dec 2017 Smile
Post 03 Jan 2018, 11:51
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zhak



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Oh really Smile I checked author's page a while ago, there he put a note a couple of years ago, that he's not working on it any more. Glad the project is alive
Post 03 Jan 2018, 11:55
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Furs



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The original author doesn't, I guess someone else took over since it's open source.
Post 03 Jan 2018, 18:12
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rugxulo



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You also missed another cool one: SmallerC
Post 12 Jan 2018, 01:36
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TmX



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rugxulo wrote:
You also missed another cool one: SmallerC


Hmm...
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Currently it generates 16-bit and 32-bit 80386+ assembly code for NASM
that can then be assembled and linked into DOS, Windows, Linux and Mac OS X
programs.


And I thought this compiler only supported DOS.
Neat Smile
Post 12 Jan 2018, 07:54
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yeohhs



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rugxulo wrote:
You also missed another cool one: SmallerC


Interesting. Very Happy

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Post 12 Jan 2018, 09:07
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alexfru



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TmX wrote:
rugxulo wrote:
You also missed another cool one: SmallerC


Hmm...
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Currently it generates 16-bit and 32-bit 80386+ assembly code for NASM
that can then be assembled and linked into DOS, Windows, Linux and Mac OS X
programs.


And I thought this compiler only supported DOS.
Neat Smile


DOS was the first to be supported since I was the most familiar with its simple executable formats and system calls. Then within 3 years followed in sequence Windows, Linux and Mac OS X, each of which required some learning (about the relevant executable format and system calls (and Mac is pretty bad here in terms of low level documentation (Apple removed a lot of it from the website))) and, of course, writing the needed code. On top of that I'd never owned a Mac, so there was some fun with just using one.
Post 13 Jan 2018, 05:06
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Furs



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Apple is just bad. It's like using the C/C++ 'volatile' qualifier on the entire platform.
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