[TUHS] History of non-Bell C compilers?

John Foust via TUHS tuhs at tuhs.org
Sat Mar 9 00:03:23 AEST 2024

At 05:56 PM 3/7/2024, Luther Johnson wrote:
>Speaking of the CP/M and later DOS world, Aztec C was a very competent C
>compiler. I recently put together a CP/M environment, and used the
>latest version I could find of Aztec C, and it did just what I wanted it
>to do.

There is an extensive web with the history of Aztec C. 


I don't see any Unix products there, but I have a vague memory of
one of the compiler developers telling me about how they bootstrapped
on a PDP.

- John

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