|Miracle C compiler shareware bg283@FreeNet.Carleton.CA (1996-10-12)|
|From:||bg283@FreeNet.Carleton.CA (Tadeusz Szocik)|
|Date:||12 Oct 1996 22:14:48 -0400|
|Organization:||The National Capital FreeNet|
Miracle C Compiler shareware for the PC compiles a dialect of C based
on Kernighan and Ritchie, with some ANSI language extensions. It
generates object code suitable for Microsoft or compatible linker.
It may downloaded (143k) from the Web at http://www.ncf.carleton.ca/~bg283/
Complete instructions for installation and registration (postal or
Compuserve SWREG) may be found on that webpage.
The compiler runs on a 386 PC (or better) under MS-DOS. All of
traditional C syntax is implemented, including record (struct/union)
and enumerated data types, int, long and floating point data types,
user type definition, bit fields in structs, initializers for all data
types. Both traditional and new (ANSI) function declaration is
supported. There is a comprehensive library of functions; some example
programs; and Word for Windows format documentation is supplied with
It is currently at revision 1.6 (released 3 October 1996). The next
release is expected in winter 1996/97. If you have any questions about
current release or are interested in the forthcoming version, email
me. For version 1.6 only the compiler executable and libraries are
available. I am working on the next version for which the source code
will also be available on registration.
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