|MS-DOS C compiler selection firstname.lastname@example.org (1990-11-14)|
|Re: MS-DOS C compiler selection email@example.com (1990-11-15)|
|From:||firstname.lastname@example.org (Murray W. Hertz, Jr.)|
|Organization:||Bradley Ward Inc., Atlanta, Ga|
|Date:||14 Nov 90 21:57:09 GMT|
I am trying to make a decision on a C compiler to use in an MS-DOS
environment to communicate with the Oracle DBMS. They tell me that they
support either a Microsoft 6.0 or Lattice C interface, and I am trying to
commit one way or the other. I had planned to go with Microsoft C 6.0 until
I recently heard some disgruntled users' complaints.
Does anybody have some experience with either of these compilers/companies
that might help me make this decision? The issues are:
- Must interface to ORACLE on MS-DOS
- Must be able to distribute (and support) the compiler in Europe
- Must be able to run on a system with 150 MB of disk and 4 MB of ram
- Must not exceed $1000.00 purchase price
Thanks in advance.
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