|Modula-2 to "C" compiler as a preprocesser firstname.lastname@example.org (1997-05-05)|
|From:||email@example.com (Mads Bligaard Nielsen)|
|Date:||5 May 1997 22:05:10 -0400|
|Keywords:||modula, C, question|
We are using two Modula-2 compilers: A native for OPUS/GNX (unix), and
a Modula-2 to "C" translator for a Am29K embedded target (compiler on
HPUX). We uses the (old) OPUS/GNX for automatic verification tests,
but want to change platform to WinNt. It could be nice if we could
use a popular off-the-shelf environment which could minimize both the
edit-compiler-debug cycle and the learning required.
Can anyone recommend tools which will do the job (remember many users
means fewer bugs and more friendly interfaces). A solution could also
be using the GNU tools (gcc, gdb etc) - but then we need a graphical
interface for gdb which runs on Windows NT. We are using both "emacs"
and "ddd" on HP-UX for that job.
Mads Bligaard Nielsen (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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