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what is the lastest version of smallc for the 8086
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ARCHIVETARGETPEEP.LIBVERCREDIT
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-8080??1.0Ron Caincpc(simtel)8086No?1.1Capridge Syst.
cc868086NoCPM86 stdio1.1B.White?c80v2Z80NoCPM stdio,1.1Van ZandtFLOAT
smalc21a8086YesYes2.1/70J.E.Hendrixsmc218080YesYes2.1Boebert
sc888086NoYes2.0Byte (R.Green)small-c6809NoYes1.1++C.Lewis68k8080VAX
tcc(6502)6502NoBBC stdio1.1+A.Travissmallc116811ExternNo2.0Motorola(J.Dumaas)
smlc68k68kNoAmiga stdio1.1W.Kuesche


ARCHIVE= Internet archive name (or substring suitable for archie)
TARGET= Target processor (8086=8088)PEEP= Peephole optimizer
LIB= Standard C library support (strcpy, ...)
VER= Base version, enhancement indicated by +
CREDIT= Name associated with the archive
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I would like to know about the 8086, plus your answer is a bit cryptic.
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Here is a link to download a version of smallc (dunno if its new)
http://curriculum.qed.qld.gov.au/lisc/edsw/d-comlng.htm

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