Compiling LCC using LCC-Win32
Can I compile a LCC cross compiler using LCC-win32 ?
> Can I compile a LCC cross compiler using LCC-win32 ?
...newbie: using lcc-win to build lcc 4.2
I downloaded and installed lcc-win 3.3, and noticed 4.2 is available, but
appears it must be built from source.
Can lcc 3.3 build 4.2? If so, how? The instructions seem MCVC-centric, and
I do not have MSVC.
Thanks in advance.
Did I ask a bad question or something? Why no replies?
"Steve Harris" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> I downloaded and installed lcc-win 3.3, and noticed 4.2 is available, b...lcc 4.2 compiling problems on Windows + using lcc for C analysis
I downloaded the lcc 4.2 release and tried to follow the directions in
the documentation to compile it on my Windows XP machine, with the
command line compiler of MS Visual Studio 2005. I managed to compile
the driver and "nmake all" - many warnings, but all the executables
were created. Now, when I run "nmake test" - lcc fails with the error
that it can't link "libc.lib".
Where should libc.lib come from, and why doesn't it ?
Furthermore, when I run the triple test, it gets stuck at the first
compilation line. I must add that it seems that "...Licensing of LCC and LCC-Win32
I am trying to understand the relationship between LCC and LCC-Win32 with
regards to copyrights and licensing issues.
I have read the license of LCC at:
and I understand it to govern distribution and modification of LCC but to
not affect software written in C using lcc as a compiler.
I also understand the LCC-Win32 to be a derived product of LCC but I can
find no copy of the copyright notice (or any license for that matter) in the
latest distribution of LCC-Win32. If this is the case, then is this not a
violation of the license of LCC whi...compilation of lcc
Could somebody explain me how i can compile lcc with lcc (or lcc-win32). I
can't manage to make a makefile that works :-(
And, how can i load a makefile in lcc-win32 or how can i convert a makefile
to a .prj file?
I would like to get rid of .Net or Visual C++, which are the compilers i use
to compile lcc.
...lcc vs lcc-win
Can I use lcc-win (for a x86-linux architecture) to handle to
different stack? or Do I need to work with lcc?
Juan Carlos wrote:
> Can I use lcc-win (for a x86-linux architecture) to handle to
> different stack? or Do I need to work with lcc?
what is this?
"to handle to different stack"
What do you mean?
jacob at jacob point remcomp point fr
On Apr 16, 1:31=A0pm, jacob navia <ja...@nospam.org> wrote:
> Juan Carlos wrote:
> > Can I use lcc-win (for a x86-linux architecture) to handl...Error compiling file using lcc compiler
I'm using the lcc compiler for win32. I tried compiling a program but
there's an error stating: "cpp: Can't open input file clrscr()"
I don't get it - I've included <tcconio.h>. (strange why they couldn't
have just left it as <conio.h>?):
> I'm using the lcc compiler for win32. I tried compiling a program but
> there's an error stating: "cpp: Can't open input file clrscr()"
> I don't get it - I've included <tcconio.h>. ...which version of lcc is lcc-win32 based
I have downloaded lcc-win32 v4.0. But, I do not know which version
of lcc is used by it. Is there any way to get it? thx
> I have downloaded lcc-win32 v4.0. But, I do not know which version
> of lcc is used by it. Is there any way to get it? thx
If I remember correctly it was 3.6
jacob at jacob point remcomp point fr
...Cannot compile c/c++ code with Matlab R2009a Lcc compiler
I am using the lcc compiler in Matlab R2009a to create MEX files. The c/c++ files have previously been compiled and found to work in visual studio, but the matlab compiler appear to expect another syntax:
static const int nbrOfBands = 1;
double FindShortestPath(double fromAngle, double toAngle);
double FindShortestPath(double fromAngle, double toAngle, double scanDirection);
double FindShortestPath(double fromAngle, double toAngle)
return findShortestPath(fro...RTW Problem
I got a problem compiling a simulink model using the grt target. Building an executable using MS VC as compiler works, no problem. But when I use the lcc compiler the buil process is aborted thrugh an error with the message"Cpp: Input buffer overflow!!! ". Can anyone give me an explanation for this message?? Or os there a possibility to set the lcc compiler flags so that this error does not occurr??
Below you can find the matlab command-line output.
Thank you in advance
### Processing Template Makefile: C:\Programme\Matlab\R2007a\rtw\c\grt\grt_lcc.tmf
### A350XWB_900_AirS...lcc compiler error
I have an S function that call a library written in C and compiled using VC++ compiler. When I write a wrapper in the S function and compile the S function using VC++ compiler in matlab everything works fine. However if I use the matlab's lcc compiler then the build process ends with the error saying
undefined reference to '_myFunc'
where myFunc is the function I am calling from the wrapper code. I wonder if lcc compiler requires a function declaration and if so I am not sure how to declare it. Any help is appreciated.
"pk68" wrote in message <m6fg...INSTALL LCC IN C:\LCC PLEAZE PLEEEZE
On Ocober 8, 1999 you wrote
"Please guys, just do me a favor:
INSTALL LCC IN C:\LCC PLEAZE PLEEEZE I AM GOING NUTS!!!"
And yet, almost four years later, after dozens of complaints,
on page three of the LCC installation it is still stated:
1: Installing into folders with spaces in their names should work,
but this is not extensively tested. If you experience problems,
deinstall lcc, and put it in a folder without spaces in it, for
Please, either remove the above statement or replace it with something like
1. Do not install to a directory which has spaces ...What is LCC ?
What is LCC ?
...Lcc compiler in Matlab
I guess things move quickly here and with no response to my first post (http://mathforum.org/kb/thread.jspa?threadID=1829179&tstart=60) I'll try to reframe it.
I've edited and am trying to recompile some C-code that is called from a Matlab program and can't get it to properly compile. I keep getting a "mex at 207" error.
Can someone point me to a tutorial or discussion here that might help me figure out what I'm doing wrong? Or is it possible to directly edit the already compiled .mexw32 file (which seems to be the critical component) to do what I'm hopin...