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GCC for tha AMIGA...

Hi guys...

For the AMIGA fans out there...

Not sure if this is the right forum but someone has done a successful working port of gcc for the classic AMIGA A1200.

It contains a very large subset of *NIX commands and now AMIGA fanatics like me can include another platform, within the platforms limits.

The gcc version is old 2.95.3 but hey the platform is old too and opens up a new avenue to learn shell scripting.

The shell is ksh.

The source code is there along with pre-compiled binaries, much more too.

It is on AMINET here:-

Aminet - dev/gcc/ADE.zip

Get out your old A1200s and have a little fun... ;oD

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mbmon - MotherBoard Monitor SYNOPSIS
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