Mail Archives: djgpp/2000/05/04/13:28:43

From: "Alexei A. Frounze" <alex DOT fru AT mtu-net DOT ru>
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp,
Subject: Re: embedded 16 bit, real mode, x86 target for gcc?
Date: Thu, 04 May 2000 20:30:22 +0400
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Karl Rasmussen wrote:
> "Alexei A. Frounze" wrote:
> >
> >
> > If it's applicable for your situation, you're welcome to my homepage.
> > > [wanting to generate 16 bit code from C]
> Alexei,
>         Thanks for the pointer to your code.  Summarizing your solution is:
> use nasm for pure assembly source, or
> use Borland free Turbo C, TASM for mixed C and assembly.

I made a test a few days ago. NASM could be used with Turbo C as well as TASM.
So you may make 16-bit programs with use of free compilers.

Alexei A. Frounze

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