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busybox for win32

grischka
Hi people,

For all of you who always wanted to configure, make and run the
full tests for tcc on win32 but couldn't really approach the quirks
of msys or similar, I did put together a "busybox for win32" bundle
which can be found here:

     http://download.savannah.nongnu.org/releases/tinycc/

It contains a busybox-w32 from https://frippery.org/busybox/
as well as a gnu-make, both in source form.  Included 'makebox.bat'
converts these to binaries with the aid of the above mentioned tcc.

To get started there is a little shell menu which looks like this
(actually the 'advanced' part of it):

      Welcome to Busybox for TinyCC
      -----------------------------
      1 : TinyCC README (q to return)
      S : Download TinyCC source snapshot from http://repo.or.cz
      m : Make TCC
      t : Run the TCC tests
      I : Install/Replace TCC
      D : Make distclean (delete configuration)
      s : Shell (exit to return)
      7 : Back to Basics
      0 : Quit

     Enter: _

See also the included 'about.txt'.  Last and only somehow related, I
pushed a patch on 'mob' to allow make to run more silently.

Cheers,

-- grischka


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Re: busybox for win32

Michael Matz-4
Hello,

On Tue, 12 May 2020, grischka wrote:

> It contains a busybox-w32 from https://frippery.org/busybox/
> as well as a gnu-make, both in source form.  Included 'makebox.bat'
> converts these to binaries with the aid of the above mentioned tcc.

Nice!

> To get started there is a little shell menu which looks like this
> (actually the 'advanced' part of it):
>
>      Welcome to Busybox for TinyCC
>      -----------------------------
>      1 : TinyCC README (q to return)
>      S : Download TinyCC source snapshot from http://repo.or.cz
>      m : Make TCC
>      t : Run the TCC tests
>      I : Install/Replace TCC
>      D : Make distclean (delete configuration)
>      s : Shell (exit to return)
>      7 : Back to Basics
>      0 : Quit
>
>    Enter: _

Woah!  A menu!  /me falls over  ;-)
I like that.


Ciao,
Michael.

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