Date : Thu, 05 Nov 1992 22:18:06 GMT
From : dog.ee.lbl.gov!hellgate.utah.edu!cs.utexas.edu!milano!cactus.org!wixer!fmouse@ucbvax.Berkeley.EDU (Lindsay Haisley)
Subject: Re: PD C Compiler?
In article <1992Nov2.email@example.com> firstname.lastname@example.org (Andy Hunt) writes:
>Hi, I'm looking for a reasonable C compiler for my old MAX-80.
>Either a native compiler, or a cross compiler that I can
>run under Unix. Is there anything available?
BDS C, one of the best CP/M C compilers is still on the market, and is
quite reasonably priced, I believe. It's currently marketed and
supported by Jay Sage of Sage Microsystems East. You can reach him on
his BBS at 617-965-7259 (password "DDT") or by voice at 617-569-3552,
call about 10 Eastern time. BDS C is a nearly complete K&R
implementation which makes fairly tight code and was the leader of the
pack at one point in speed benchmarks.
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