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Are there any open source C++ compilers that will produce C code? I
understand the first C++ compilers operated this way.



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On Mon, 27 Oct 2003 23:07:19 GMT, "Bootstrap Bill"
<wrcousert@yahoo.com> wrote in comp.lang.c:

> Are there any open source C++ compilers that will produce C code? I
> understand the first C++ compilers operated this way.

C++ compilers are off-topic in comp.lang.c.

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jackklein (3930)
10/28/2003 2:31:26 AM
"Bootstrap Bill" <wrcousert@yahoo.com> writes:

> Are there any open source C++ compilers that will produce C code? I
> understand the first C++ compilers operated this way.

You might want to have a look at Comeau - it's not open source, but
it's cheap, and AFAIK does exactly what you want
(www.comeaucomputing.com)

HTH & kind regards
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invalid56 (42)
10/28/2003 9:42:39 AM
in comp.lang.c i read:
>"Bootstrap Bill" <wrcousert@yahoo.com> writes:

>> Are there any open source C++ compilers that will produce C code? I
>> understand the first C++ compilers operated this way.
>
>You might want to have a look at Comeau - it's not open source, but
>it's cheap, and AFAIK does exactly what you want

but note that the code produced isn't intended for human consumption or
later use, so it's not necessarily maintainable (at least not directly).

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10/28/2003 10:48:37 AM
In <m1oew163mq.gnus@usa.net> those who know me have no need of my name <not-a-real-address@usa.net> writes:

>in comp.lang.c i read:
>>"Bootstrap Bill" <wrcousert@yahoo.com> writes:
>
>>> Are there any open source C++ compilers that will produce C code? I
>>> understand the first C++ compilers operated this way.
>>
>>You might want to have a look at Comeau - it's not open source, but
>>it's cheap, and AFAIK does exactly what you want
>
>but note that the code produced isn't intended for human consumption or
>later use, so it's not necessarily maintainable (at least not directly).

And it's not portable C code, either.  It's code fit for the target C
implementation(s) only.

Dan
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Dan.Pop (3615)
10/28/2003 1:32:47 PM
In article <4cptghlmuo.fsf@scxw21.4sc>,
Frank Schmitt  <invalid@seesignature.info> wrote:
>"Bootstrap Bill" <wrcousert@yahoo.com> writes:
>
>> Are there any open source C++ compilers that will produce C code? I
>> understand the first C++ compilers operated this way.
>
>You might want to have a look at Comeau - it's not open source, but
>it's cheap, and AFAIK does exactly what you want
>(www.comeaucomputing.com)

Well, Comeau C++ does produce C as an implementation detail.
But that's not supposed to be a user concerns per se,
so Bootstrap should probably elaborate upon his needs,
and we can re-advise him from there.  In other words,
what it the underlying need for the request in the first place?
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comeau (830)
10/28/2003 2:59:29 PM
On Tue, 28 Oct 2003 09:59:29 -0500, Greg Comeau wrote:

> In article <4cptghlmuo.fsf@scxw21.4sc>,
> Frank Schmitt  <invalid@seesignature.info> wrote:
>>"Bootstrap Bill" <wrcousert@yahoo.com> writes:
>>
>>> Are there any open source C++ compilers that will produce C code? I
>>> understand the first C++ compilers operated this way.
>>
>>You might want to have a look at Comeau - it's not open source, but
>>it's cheap, and AFAIK does exactly what you want
>>(www.comeaucomputing.com)
> 
> Well, Comeau C++ does produce C as an implementation detail.
> But that's not supposed to be a user concerns per se,
> so Bootstrap should probably elaborate upon his needs,
> and we can re-advise him from there.  In other words,
> what it the underlying need for the request in the first place?

The OP was also asking for C compiliers for the 6809,
so I suspect he is looking for a why to compile C++
code for one or more platforms for which no C++ compiler
exists.

-Sheldon

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sheldonsimms (452)
10/28/2003 4:26:31 PM
In <pan.2003.10.28.16.26.31.16971@yahoo.com> Sheldon Simms <sheldonsimms@yahoo.com> writes:

>The OP was also asking for C compiliers for the 6809,
>so I suspect he is looking for a why to compile C++
>code for one or more platforms for which no C++ compiler
>exists.

Then, he is wasting his time.  Apart from the portability of the generated
C code issue, there is also the missing C++ library support issue.

Dan
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Dan.Pop (3615)
10/28/2003 5:07:12 PM
Greetings.

In article <Hyhnb.53907$ZH4.38025@twister.socal.rr.com>, Bootstrap Bill
wrote:
> Are there any open source C++ compilers that will produce C code? I
> understand the first C++ compilers operated this way.

This is mostly answered in the FAQ, wherein one should generally look before
posting:

http://www.eskimo.com/~scs/C-faq/q20.27.html

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psychonaut (536)
10/29/2003 2:05:32 PM
"Jack Klein" <jackklein@spamcop.net> wrote in message
news:17lrpvo5if9qplap27mdcjprjjnb7qfsiv@4ax.com...
> On Mon, 27 Oct 2003 23:07:19 GMT, "Bootstrap Bill"
> <wrcousert@yahoo.com> wrote in comp.lang.c:
>
> > Are there any open source C++ compilers that will produce C code? I
> > understand the first C++ compilers operated this way.
>
> C++ compilers are off-topic in comp.lang.c.

I asked about converting to C, so this is on topic.



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wrcousert (59)
10/29/2003 7:53:34 PM
"Sheldon Simms" <sheldonsimms@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:pan.2003.10.28.16.26.31.16971@yahoo.com...
> The OP was also asking for C compiliers for the 6809,
> so I suspect he is looking for a why to compile C++
> code for one or more platforms for which no C++ compiler
> exists.
Yes, that is exactly what I want to do..



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wrcousert (59)
10/29/2003 7:55:43 PM
"Tristan Miller" <psychonaut@nothingisreal.com> wrote in message
news:2238734.fHekL7YmAO@ID-187157.news.dfncis.de...
> Greetings.
>
> In article <Hyhnb.53907$ZH4.38025@twister.socal.rr.com>, Bootstrap Bill
> wrote:
> > Are there any open source C++ compilers that will produce C code? I
> > understand the first C++ compilers operated this way.
>
> This is mostly answered in the FAQ, wherein one should generally look
before
> posting:
>
> http://www.eskimo.com/~scs/C-faq/q20.27.html
>
That faq entry didn't even come close to answering my question. I want to
convert C++ to C, not compile C with a C++ compiler.



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wrcousert (59)
10/29/2003 7:57:11 PM
Bootstrap Bill wrote:

> Jack Klein wrote:
> 
>> Bootstrap Bill wrote:
>>
>>> Are there any open source C++ compilers that will produce C code?
>>> I understand the first C++ compilers operated this way.
>>
>> C++ compilers are off-topic in comp.lang.c.
> 
> I asked about converting to C, so this is on topic.

Please ignore Jack Klein.  He gets cranky sometimes.
And is often short tempered with new subscribers.
But, when he feels like it, he can be one of the best contributors
to the comp.lang.c newsgroup.  Just be patient.

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10/29/2003 8:12:26 PM
Bootstrap Bill wrote:

> Are there any open source C++ compilers that will produce C code?

No.

>  I understand the first C++ compilers operated this way.

You probably mean AT+T's cfront.

I used Google

	http://www.google.com/

to search for

	+"C++" +"cfront" +"back end"

and I found lots of stuff including
The C++ Front End

	http://www.edg.com/cpp.html

I don't know whether any of these are "open source"
or whether any of them *emit* portable C code.

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10/29/2003 8:20:25 PM
"E. Robert Tisdale" wrote:

> Please ignore Jack Klein. 


Listen to Jack Klein. Ignore Trollsdale. 



Brian Rodenborn
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first.last3 (701)
10/29/2003 9:40:27 PM
On Wed, 29 Oct 2003 19:53:34 GMT, in comp.lang.c , "Bootstrap Bill"
<wrcousert@yahoo.com> wrote:

>
>"Jack Klein" <jackklein@spamcop.net> wrote in message
>news:17lrpvo5if9qplap27mdcjprjjnb7qfsiv@4ax.com...
>> On Mon, 27 Oct 2003 23:07:19 GMT, "Bootstrap Bill"
>> <wrcousert@yahoo.com> wrote in comp.lang.c:
>>
>> > Are there any open source C++ compilers that will produce C code? I
>> > understand the first C++ compilers operated this way.
>>
>> C++ compilers are off-topic in comp.lang.c.
>
>I asked about converting to C, so this is on topic.

Not really. In CLC. the topic here is the C /language/ rather than
specific implementations of it. And converting one language to another
is certainly nontopical. 

ISTR that you wanted an implementation for a PIC of some sort -
comp.arch.embedded might be a better place to ask. 

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markmcintyre (4555)
10/29/2003 11:37:31 PM
"E. Robert Tisdale" <E.Robert.Tisdale@jpl.nasa.gov> writes:

> Bootstrap Bill wrote:
> 
> > Jack Klein wrote:
> >
> >> Bootstrap Bill wrote:
> >>
> >>> Are there any open source C++ compilers that will produce C code?
> >>> I understand the first C++ compilers operated this way.
> >>
> >> C++ compilers are off-topic in comp.lang.c.
> > I asked about converting to C, so this is on topic.
> 
> Please ignore Jack Klein.  

That would be unwise.

> He gets cranky sometimes.

Whether he was cranky or not I cannot determine, but he was
completely correct in pointing out that the question is
off-topic. We discuss *only* the C programming language here, not
tools to convert C++ to C code, not tools to edit C code; not
even tools to compile C code. Only the language itself is topical
here (besides the universally topical topic of topicality... such
as this message ;-) ) It is similarly off-topic in comp.lang.c++
as well.

> And is often short tempered with new subscribers.
> But, when he feels like it, he can be one of the best contributors
> to the comp.lang.c newsgroup.  Just be patient.

You speak as one who has the authority to determine who is a good
contributor to these newsgroups, whereas so far you do not.

-- 
Micah J. Cowan
micah@cowan.name
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micah2 (555)
10/30/2003 4:00:50 AM
Default User wrote:

> Listen to Jack Klein.

Indeed. In case anyone's been spending the last few years under a stone on 
Mars, Jack Klein is one of the most clueful respondents on clc (can't speak 
for clc++, but it wouldn't surprise me at all if he were highly respected 
there, too).

-- 
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dontmail (1886)
10/30/2003 6:05:19 AM
E. Robert Tisdale wrote:

> Please ignore Jack Klein.  He gets cranky sometimes.
> And is often short tempered with new subscribers.
> But, when he feels like it, he can be one of the best contributors
> to the comp.lang.c newsgroup.  Just be patient.
> 

ROTFL :-)!  Sometimes this NG is better than "Seinfeld."


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JSmith (44)
10/31/2003 9:29:20 PM
Mark McIntyre wrote:

(snip)

> Not really. In CLC. the topic here is the C /language/ rather than
> specific implementations of it. And converting one language to another
> is certainly nontopical. 

Converting one language to another is pretty questionable, but then what 
group should it go under?

If this group only discussed the C language then it would be pretty 
dull.  Discussing whether or not some construct is allowed, I would 
hope, would be on topic.  Since it is not the C /language/ until that is 
decided, then you wouldn't know if you could discuss it otherwise.

I would say that discussing a particular compiler's ability to compile 
the C language could also be on topic, though the general subject of 
compilers would not be.   In a similar sense the ability, or inability, 
of a translator to translate from or to standard C could be on topic, 
though it would depend on the specific question.

> ISTR that you wanted an implementation for a PIC of some sort -
> comp.arch.embedded might be a better place to ask. 

In years past, the 6809 was considered a general purpose processor, 
though now it may be more for the embedded market.  The first C compiler 
I owned was for the 6809, though.

It might be that this question is better for comp.lang.c++, which I 
carefully snipped from this reply.

-- glen

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11/18/2003 10:13:15 PM
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hello all experiancesd techies, i am a final yr engg student with knowledge of c++ n java. i want to start windows programing, n hence have to decide whether to choose my language as c++ or c#. please guide me which language would benefit in the long run, if i intend to persue a job in a product development company/( like adobe) after graduation,(not in a consultancy like acenture). also suggest me good books for that. thanx a lot <pravin.chaudhary@gmail.com> wrote in message news:1131971088.291580.42500@g47g2000cwa.googlegroups.com... > i am a final yr engg student with ...

c++/c
hi i have been recently told that there is no exception handling ic c+ +.?? as far as i remember i have read, it has. also java has exception handling for sure but there we can use finally also which we cant use in c ++. what other differences do we have in the two languages c++ and java in exception handling. and which one is better? rupika wrote: > > i have been recently told that there is no exception handling ic > c++.?? You should ask about C in comp.lang.c, about C++ in comp.lang.c++. -- [mail]: Chuck F (cbfalconer at maineline dot net) [page]: <http://cbfalconer.home...

C++ or C?
I am new to MPI and have a basic understanding of C and C++. So I was wondering if any of you guys with experience in using MPI had any pointers with regards choosing either C or C++. I intend to use MPI in parallelizing code I have that was written in Java. So obviously the Java code it is heavly object orientated. With regards parallelizing it; right now I think it will mainly be a Master-Slave style of design with no inter-process communication needed once the master has sent the work to the slave. Most, if not all, of my communications will involve simply sending a large object from the ...

About C and C++
Hello, I will resume it like this: On the criterias of "complexity" and "difficulty", the C and C++ programming languages are more complex and difficult than Object Pascal for example, so since they are more complex and difficult they are likely to create something like a darwinian filter who don't let the weaker humans among us humans to cross or to climb the social ladder, this is why i think that C and C++ do participate to social darwinism, this is why i say that C and C++ are bad. Thank you, Amine Moulay Ramdane. On Sun, 08 Jun 2014 06:1...

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