Re: [cc65] LUnix

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From: Groepaz (
Date: 2003-01-06 01:37:34

On Sunday 05 January 2003 21:06, Ullrich von Bassewitz wrote:
> What I meant is that "none" is more a symbolical target. It cannot be used
> to build real programs, because the specifica of the machine are not known.
> Because this will never change, there's no reason to fix it.

well i used the none target to built real programs actually :) and it works 
fine actually. (its pretty much the only option if you want to change memory 
config for an existing target, since -t and -C can't be used together ;=P)

however what i ment to "fix" is, that the machine _independent_ parts  of the 
runtime library should be _always_ linked, even when the none-target is 
choosen. if that is not the case, the none-target is pretty much useless, 
since you cannot get any output at all, without fiddling with compiling your 
one "none.lib" (which can be done easily btw)

the reason for this is, that i would like to start writing a lunix (and maybe 
NES) library, without beeing forced to work in the cc65 development tree and 
constantly recompile a bunch of stuff from there. right now i am using my 
quick and dirty "none.lib", but thats not really what i want either (since i 
am not constantly recompiling it, i will miss changes you do) ...

ohwell :) i just cant see whats the problem anyway (a simple patch to the 
makefile does the trick)

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