|Portable libc? email@example.com (Mark H E White II) (1998-07-28)|
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|From:||Mark H E White II <email@example.com>|
|Date:||28 Jul 1998 11:26:56 -0400|
|Organization:||AT&T WorldNet Services|
|Keywords:||C, question, comment|
I'm looking for an easily portable libc. Mostly interested in just
ANSI functions. Well documented small set (< 20) of core functions.
I have looked at glibc but it looks to big to start with. I have also
looked at an old file from JLP but it does not have any of the
required headers (from simtel so probably lost).
What I want is a ANSI libc that that can be linked with a ?oslib? to
make a full libc. My target machine is a 386(+) in pmode where the
oslib can just be hw calls like for demos or syscalls to a hobby OS.
Any info, URLs, or comments welcome.
[Bill Plaugher wrote an ANSI C library with matching book. Maybe that's
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