|P2C on a PC firstname.lastname@example.org (1999-11-28)|
|Re: P2C on a PC email@example.com (Andreas von Gorup) (1999-11-28)|
|Date:||28 Nov 1999 01:34:04 -0500|
I am struggling to compile Dave Gillespie's P2C Pascal to C translator
using DGJPP C compiler in MSDOS on a PC.
I assume the Makefiles supplied are basically in UNIX format and have
made the necessary changes (I hope correctly).
I have achieved a running P2C.EXE, it translates Pascal structure OK,
ie PROCEDURE, FUNCTION, TYPE, BEGIN, FOR k=3D1 TO 10, TRY, RECOVER
etc. but fails to translate built in procedures or functions, ie
WRITELN, READ, STRLEN(), SIN() etc. I was using the MSDOS prompt in
Windows NT and had to shorten many file names to 8+3
characters. Thinking I may have made mistakes I have just repeated the
whole procedure on WINDOWS 98 using the original long names and get
the same omissions in the resulting P2C translation.
Has anyone used P2C on a PC and can give some advice, or perhaps a
copy of the compiled code?
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