RE: [cc65] C64 web server

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From: Marko Mäkelä (
Date: 2001-10-17 13:50:53

On Wed, 17 Oct 2001, Keates, Mark wrote:

> I think what was meant here was that the original CC65
> on the Atari 8bits ran on the 8-bit, i.e. it could compile
> itself to produce a 8-bit hosted compiler suite. 

Yep, but without visiting the URLs that Ullrich provided, I'd interpret
his comment "Yes, Atari people often stop half way through:-)" so that the
Atari-hosted cc65 ancestor isn't a full C compiler.  I remember reading
that cc65 documentation (before Ullrich started his project).  For
floating point arithmetics, they use the Atari BASIC interpreter routines.
If I remember correctly. the C syntax for "float" was just char[6] or

BTW, now I think I remember the address of the probably first C64-hosted
HTTP server that used a SLIP connection to a *nix (Linux?) box.  It was at  I found this article with Google:


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