[pups] lcc (was: GCC)

Robin Birch robin at ruffnready.co.uk
Sun Jan 20 20:52:38 AEST 2002

In message <20020119112351.F60575 at wantadilla.lemis.com>, Greg Lehey 
<grog at lemis.com> writes
>On Friday, 18 January 2002 at 17:13:26 -0500, norman at nose.cs.utoronto.ca wrote:
>> Jonathan Engdahl:
>>   Consider lcc, the Princeton C compiler. It's much smaller than gcc, 
>>and ANSI
>>   compliant.
Where can it be found and is it legal to use it on the sorts of systems 
that we play with?.


>> lcc's a good compiler; it has become cc in my own peculiar Ancient UNIX
>> environment.
>It also has the advantage that there's a good book about it describing
>exactly how it works: "A retargetable C compiler: Design and
>implementation" by Christopher Fraser and David Hanson
>(Benjamin/Cummings, 1995, ISBN 0-8053-1670-1).
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