|Subject:||Re: [Tinycc-devel] Possible release schedule?|
|Date:||Sat, 6 May 2017 10:49:11 +1000|
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I have found 9.26 (current stable) to be riddled with bugs, and the latest git to be much more stable. I would like to see a new release just because of that.
When I tried TCC 9.26 a couple of months back I was stuck in a hole of misleading compiler messages, strange crashes and executables with multiple personalities. Basically nothing other than the bundled example .c files worked.
I decided to join the mailing list on a whim, which showed me that the project was not dead at all (against first impressions). Since then I've:
Now I have a version of TCC that works amazingly well, but I don't expect many people to make it this far or even see how useful this project is. I suspect most will give up after trying 9.26.
Release early, release often!
(Also: a big thankyou for the new warning regarding __declspec(dllimport/export)! Very much appreciated. Do any of you live in Australia? I'll send you some PREFERRED_DELICACY. )
Charles Lohr wrote:
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