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TIGCC v0.91 Released
Posted by Eric on 25 March 2001, 23:31 GMT

Another update to TIGCC has been released today. There's several notable changes in this version, including support for multiple linked files, flicker-free greyscale on HW2, and lots of other nifty features such as automatic sending to VTI or to the calculator for you lazy types out there.

You can find more information and report any bugs you find at the ol' TIGCC webpage. Or just proceed to download.


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Re: TIGCC v0.91 Released
Vejita  Account Info
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I have just one problem...the setup file size. Is there any way you could possibly try to cut down on file size next time? What exactly do you have in this thing that makes it soo big?


     27 March 2001, 19:42 GMT

Re: Re: TIGCC v0.91 Released
Zeljko Juric  Account Info
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_everything_ is in it: the compiler, the linker, the IDE, the utilities, the library, the documentation, etc. I.e. everything is in the one file: the setup file. It can not be smaller!

     27 March 2001, 21:49 GMT

Re: Re: Re: TIGCC v0.91 Released
red40gamma  Account Info

I'm kinda curious:
just what is the compression ration in that setup.exe program?
Is it really really compressed or just everything is just integrated into there?

     27 March 2001, 23:45 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: TIGCC v0.91 Released
Sebastian Reichelt  Account Info
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It's not compressed. I didn't bother to use any compression because I zip it afterwards.

All those files are actually just resources which I create with a program I made.

     28 March 2001, 00:30 GMT

Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: TIGCC v0.91 Released
cajunguy  Account Info
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Sebastian, i've gotten my hands on a program that uses Huffman compression to compile everything into a self extracting exe... then you can use WinZip to compress it even more (although not much more, because it compresses pretty good). It was written in VB though (you may not like to hear that, but oh well).

     28 March 2001, 05:40 GMT
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