|Opinions and experiences using LCC Win32 email@example.com (1998-05-30)|
|Re: Opinions and experiences using LCC Win32 firstname.lastname@example.org (1998-06-03)|
|Re: Opinions and experiences using LCC Win32 email@example.com (Mark Hollder) (1998-06-09)|
|Re: Opinions and experiences using LCC Win32 firstname.lastname@example.org (Dennis Ritchie) (1998-06-11)|
|Re: Opinions and experiences using LCC Win32 email@example.com (1998-06-18)|
|From:||Mark Hollder <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||9 Jun 1998 12:03:55 -0400|
|Organization:||Virgin Net Usenet Service|
> There are several dozen people downloading it every day. I receive
> many messages per day from users all around the world. But it is
> true. Nobody speaks about it, and I do not have any public relations
> budget.. actually not any budget at all.
Not strictly true......within the gaming community LCC is very much
talked about. It is one of the primary compilers that coders use for
the game Quake 2 to compile their modified DLL's to produce new
mods/patches, and it is the recommend compiling platform to
use. (Unless of course you have access to MVC++ or something....but
even then some peeps still prefer to use LCC for this purpose). There
are also several tutorials on how to use LCC although admittedly,
these are game related.
So don't worry.....you may not have a PR budget, but a segment of the gaming
community is waving the LCC flag!!
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