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Re: [Tinycc-devel] Can somebody please compile the latest version for me

From: William Hales
Subject: Re: [Tinycc-devel] Can somebody please compile the latest version for me?
Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2017 20:36:11 +1100
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I compiled a 32 bit windows build from source a few days back. This solved /many/ issues I was having with the last official release that didn't make any sense when compiling a little pet project.

Ben: tell me how you go if you have any issues compiling.

Heads up if you are using the .bat file to compile:

(1) If you are using mingw gcc, then add the extra flags -static and -static-libgcc, otherwise you'll need several mingw dlls (pthreads and a few others, by memory) copied to the same folder for tcc.exe to work.

(2) If you are compiling under wine (using wineconsole): the IF statements in the batch file use a syntax that is not supported. GOTO skip past (or remove) all of the if statements at the front and then I think you only need to fix a few that remain (replace their () with "" or []).

Regards, Hales

Ben Hutchinson wrote:
I want to have the latest version of TCC (version 0.9.27) compiled into an EXE file for me, since I can't figure out how to compile it myself. And if you do, make sure to compile tcc.exe as a 32bit version, not a 64bit version. That is, it should be able to run on both 32bit and 64bit versions of Windows, and should itself compile EXEs as 32bit versions by default.

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