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    small c compiler

    I'm just putting it in the GD because it has nothing to do with the actual programming...
    a while ago i had lcc-win32 compiler worked fine etc but i changed it for BC 4.52 . Now i need a compiler that is very small (maximum two 1.44 Mb floppys), so i went looking for lcc-win32 ..and apparently every single download site is down.... even official one.. did something happened to it or what?
    Also does anyone knows a great compiler that is small enough to fit on 2 disks?

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    Why does it have to be 2 disks?
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    Does it have to be a win32 compiler? If not, you could look for Pacific C. If I remember well, the old Turbo C also fitted on one disk.

    Here's a collection of free small or bigger compilers.
    http://www.thefreecountry.com/

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    Originally posted by ggs
    http://www.cs.virginia.edu/~lcc-win32/

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    Been there already, go to the link to download the compiler-wont work
    >>Why does it have to be 2 disks?
    Not exactly two disks, it just has to be something small.

    >>Does it have to be a win32 compiler? If not, you could look for Pacific C. If I remember well, the old Turbo C also fitted on one disk.

    Here's a collection of free small or bigger compilers.
    http://www.thefreecountry.com/

    Well thats a great site, thx.

    Im still figuring out im just not able to download that lcc-win32 compiler (not thta i need it now). But what happened to all those download-links. (even on the unofficial download site you cnt download it:s).

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    Originally posted by ggs
    http://www.cs.virginia.edu/~lcc-win32/

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    Been there already, go to the link to download the compiler-wont work
    >>Why does it have to be 2 disks?
    Not exactly two disks, it just has to be something small.

    >>Does it have to be a win32 compiler? If not, you could look for Pacific C. If I remember well, the old Turbo C also fitted on one disk.

    Here's a collection of free small or bigger compilers.
    http://www.thefreecountry.com/

    Well thats a great site, thx.

    Im still figuring out im just not able to download that lcc-win32 compiler (not thta i need it now). But what happened to all those download-links. (even on the unofficial download site you cnt download it:s).

    I needed such small compilers coz im doing something for school right now..we have an asignment about one of our hobbies.. So we have to write about 25 pages bout it, but i can say whatever i wont bout programming coz that teacher doesnt know a thing about it, so if he would want to have proof that im telling the truth then he needs some kind of a compiler, therefor it has to go on a disk....since im not going to waste a full cd on programs of 80 kb (he has to understand the source as well)..

    Anyway thx dudes

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    Last edited by GanglyLamb; 04-05-2003 at 02:17 AM.

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