riscos.info goes liveBy Chris Williams. Published: 28th Mar 2002, 11:23:43 | Permalink | Printable
Time to put your programming skates on (updated)Describing itself as a resource for RISC OS C programmers, riscos.info has only this week opened its doors to the public. You're invited to help towards providing content for the site, which according to site owner, Peter Naulls, "hopes to cover all aspects of C programming on RISC OS, from dicussion of the various compilers through to tutorials for performing specific kinds of tasks."
Peter has also taken over user friendly compiler, lcc:
"lcc has been updated to the most recent release from 4.0 to 4.1, as well as being brought up to date with developments in other tools it relies on.
It is hoped that lcc will prove to be an easy free alternative for novice pogrammers who might be overwhelmed by the larger compilers."
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