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Software News   Software News : vbcc 0.8h released
   posted by MikeB on 29-Jan-2005 14:11:25 (1422 reads)
A new version of vbcc has been released.

"vbcc is a highly optimizing portable and retargetable ISO C compiler. It supports ISO C according to ISO/IEC 9899:1989 and a subset of the new standard ISO/IEC 9899:1999 (C99)."
    

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T_Power 
Re: vbcc 0.8h released
Posted on 29-Jan-2005 20:34:29
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Downloaded, thanks.

Now to get reading and see which to use, vbcc or gcc?
Not done any C in 10+ years...

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Samurai_Crow 
Re: vbcc 0.8h released
Posted on 29-Jan-2005 22:25:49
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@T_Power

VBCC produces cleaner code than GCC but GCC supports C++ while VBCC only supports standard C. It's your choice but I would probably use VBCC for any standard C code and just use GCC for anything that VBCC doesn't handle (like stuff ported from Linux/Unix).

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Re: vbcc 0.8h released
Posted on 30-Jan-2005 15:09:40
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vbcc supports altivec?


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