I think that the git repository mob branch is the one that I used.
I got it like so:
# git clone git://repo.or.cz/tinycc.git
# cd tinycc
# git fetch origin
# git branch
It works without errors.
Also, I plan to submit a bug report to Ubuntu about this. For that,
can someone clarify something for me? When I install tcc on Ubuntu,
using 'apt-get install tcc', it shows this line,
unpacking tcc (0.9.27~git20151227.933c223-1_i386deb)
Are the numbers after 'git' a date?
The version number shown disagrees with the output of 'tcc -v',
(0.9.26). Is it a fork?
Also, running this version of tcc again for the moravian camera
library, I get an executable
file *and* the error message. I don't know what has changed.
Inspecting the source code
in the git repository leads me to believe that the program should not
be able to reach the
point where the message gets printed for type 5 on i386, so I suspect a memory
corruption issue. Is there a better person or place to report this
problem to (than Ubuntu)?