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OzzY



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Has anyone tried C--?
http://c--sphinx.narod.ru/indexe.htm

Looks like really nice tool.
If anyone used it, could you please talk a bit about it?

Also, after trying to download it I realized the server is very slow. Sad

And after looking at FASM macroinstructions forum, I've got the idea of a C-- implementation with FASM macros.
Sadly, I'm no expert in FASM macros. But if someone could create this, would be very usefull tool. Maybe using FASMLIB + FASM macros we could have a multi-OS (windows and linux) C-- compiler using FASM as backend.

Just some idea I've got. Smile
Post 28 Jan 2007, 18:59
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vid
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my favourite question: what would it be good for?
Post 28 Jan 2007, 19:17
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OzzY



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Higher level programming while keeping the registers and asm features.
I don't know, it was just an idea.
Post 28 Jan 2007, 19:32
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vid
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what exactly of higher level it provides you don't have with current macros?
Post 28 Jan 2007, 20:02
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rugxulo



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Code:
full_c--.zip       712,553            Apr,03,2002   10:21:36pm   A...
ful_c--2.zip       718,988            Apr,03,2002   10:21:34pm   A...
    


Ozzy, if you're too impatient to wait for their slow server, I can send you these via e-mail.
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OzzY



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Thanks, rugxulo. I'll try to download once more. If everything fails again, I'll send a PM with my e-mail.

BTW, what files do I need to download to do windows programming in this language?
Post 28 Jan 2007, 23:15
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OzzY



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vid: The current macros are OK. But I just like C syntax and also the power of asm.
Post 28 Jan 2007, 23:18
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TmX



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At least it generates exectables without linker, just like FASM does Very Happy
Post 28 Jan 2007, 23:25
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rugxulo



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OzzY wrote:
Thanks, rugxulo. I'll try to download once more. If everything fails again, I'll send a PM with my e-mail.

BTW, what files do I need to download to do windows programming in this language?


Don't forget that my e-mail is right below this message (see the button?).

As far as what files, I dunno exactly since I don't really program with it (especially not Windows, sorry). I'd assume WININET, RL, WINLIB, RICHEDIT, etc. It depends on what you want to do. Check out the examples, there are some good ones. (Yes, the server is slow, but for smaller files it ain't too bad.)
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OzzY



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Thanks guys!
I could download from this page: http://forums.c--sphinx.net/forum/index.php?action=downloads that is a lot faster and has more updated IDE.
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Vortex



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Ozzy,

Thanks for the link. ( signed-up in Sheker's forum )

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Post 02 Feb 2007, 18:20
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veach1



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If anyone used it, could you please talk a bit about it?

Hi, I`m using it for a long time, simply I repeat phrase OzzY posted before: "I just like C syntax and also the power of asm".
EXEs are really small and fast, as they were created with asm, easy for debugging too.
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