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Re: AmigaTerm & Lattice_C [message #282136] Mon, 06 January 1986 15:30
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	This discussion of the Lattice-C compiler didn't (I think)
mention the version number. I have version 3.02, and there is a very
nice Make script file which seems to compile programs nicely. If you ED
the Make file, all of the commands and options are shown with the linking
of the object modules too. It seems to work well. I know people on CompuServe
who have compiled Michael Mounier's Aterm.c (30k source) successfully
with Lattice.

	I'm just a beginner in C, but the Lattice package seems to do
everything I have asked so far. There are several things to scrutinize:

	The #include files are above the source files in the disk directory
	    and must be taken into account in the include statement in the
	    source program.

	ED will not accept binary, but EDIT (the line editor) will.

	There is a README file in Examples that might be of some help.

			Have fun.

					Jere Marrs
					Tektronix, Inc.
					Beaverton, Oregon
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