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From: "Eric BOUXIROT"
Subject: Re: c compiler for embedded x86
Date: Wed, 1 Jan 2003 22:32:41 +0100
Organization: Nerim -- xDSL Internet Provider
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i have dl the tc but the IDE is under dos...not very usefull..
i have also dl an IDE & GCC for windows..but i can only make Win32 EXE or
DOS EXE (i can't choose 186 or 86 processor) but interface is very good
i have an old CADUL software with time limited license (i already used it
long time ago) for x86 real mode..this is exactly i'm searching..good IDE
under windows etc...but my license file is out of date and i can't find
CADUL for x86 real mode on official website to ask for a new time limit
license file...only protected mode....argggg!!!
if someone can help me ...
"Kevin G. Rhoads" a écrit dans le message de
> try the Borland Community Museum (requires registration,
> is free) where you can get TurboC v2.0 and TurboC++ v1.0
> (C++ v1 is later than C v2) as well as Turbo Pascal (v1.0,
> v3.x and IIRC 5.5)
> Any of these can develop 186 compatible code. If you
> are not doing Embedded DOS, the Borland TC's allow
> you to more easily replace the start-up code. The other
> two are in active development still. Watcom offers both
> C/C++ and Fortran77.
> Kevin G. Rhoads, Ph.D. (Linearity is a convenient fiction.)
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