RISC OS Ltd. update toolbox modules for future ARMsPublished: 22nd Mar 20:38:25 | Permalink | Printable
RISCOS Ltd and Pace Micro Technology PLC have today released an updated version of the components required for users of the Acorn C/C++ development environment to produce RISC OS programs that will be compatible with future 32-bit only versions of RISC OS.
The beta software is freely available from the RISCOS Ltd Website
Before downloading the components users must agree to the terms of a Software License Agreement and provide full details of the machine on which they intend to run the software.
|Shared C Library||5.28||02 Mar 2001|
|CallASWI||0.02||02 Oct 2000|
|FPEmulator||4.14||02 Oct 2000|
|DDT||1.84||13 Nov 2000|
|DDE FrontEnd||1.21||02 Mar 2001|
|TaskWindow||0.62||16 Mar 2001|
Note: The FPPC hardware floating point system is no longer supported.
Changes in version 0.3
- All binary tools supplied default to APCS-32
- All the updated frontends are supplied
- getenv() now reliable in module tasks
- fwrite() performance enhanced
- flex.h header file missing in previous releases is supplied
- All libraries rebuilt with the supplied tools
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