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I have an all-fasm bootloader working at this point but I'm getting ready to add a significant amount of functionality that would be easiest to implement in C. I obviously don't expect/desire any RTL support or anything like that, just basic C syntax for data structure manipulation, etc. In the past, I used gcc to do this same thing (the asm and the c code) but now that I've found fasm and I'm happily using it, I was wondering if anybody had particularly good luck with any other compilers? At this point I only need real mode 16 bit compatibility (if that changes your recommendations).

Thanks!
Post 06 Mar 2006, 18:15
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