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02 February 2002, 11:25
Does anyone have a copy of SAS C 5.10b (or thereabouts - I want the same version as was used with the examples in the RKMs I have - especially as I only have a basic A1200 (HD) with just 2Megs of chip memory, and these modern compilers like StormC need more RAM than I have) or can someone tell me where I might find it?
02 February 2002, 16:57
If you can use Lattice I have version 5.0 5.1 5.2 and 6.0
02 February 2002, 18:01
I posted SAS/C v5.1.1 to the Zone for you. It should be 100% compatible with the RKM examples. I also have v6.50; if you need it, just gimme a holler.
Feel free to post any and every version of Lattice you have, as all of my copies seem to have disappeared (or haven't been xferred from my Amiga yet). TIA and let me know if you need anything posted.
02 February 2002, 19:38
Thanks Twistin' - I only wish I could upload something for you - but unfortunately every thing I have (not a great deal) came off the net...Still thanks again!!
03 February 2002, 01:46
No problem at all, just glad I could help!
03 February 2002, 10:04
Twistin' Ghost have uploadet lattice all version I have
04 February 2002, 12:44
Did they get eaten up by the upgrade?
04 February 2002, 13:22
Yes I try again
04 February 2002, 13:41
Thanks, daddy-o! Now, Lattice prey...
05 February 2002, 11:40
OK, no bad puns this time. Thanks for the uploads, mess, however many of the disks are incorrectly labeled. So for the record:
Lattice5.1 disk x.adf
SAS/C Compiler v5.1 (the disk numbers were correct)
Lattice C v5.04 disk 1 (of 5)
Lattice6.0 disk x.adf
SAS/C Compiler v6.50 [Paradox release] (disk numbers correct)
16 February 2002, 11:56
One can' t go play his carnival these days, cause when it is over and one comes back home he has missed all those old Lattice C compilers...
Is there any good *soul* willing to re-share/re-upload those C compilers again?
17 February 2002, 03:43
Sure, dude...I'll get the stuff uploaded before day's end.
17 February 2002, 07:05
OK, I have posted the three Lattice disks that were posted by mess. They are in the Zone for the next few days.
17 February 2002, 12:27
Really thanks man. And who says there is no friendly ghost?
17 February 2002, 14:34
:laughing :laughing :laughing
26 February 2002, 02:20
Ohh...I'm a bit slow it seems.
I thought ... let's just check out Lattice C ... and this was in fact SAS C! Hmmm...:rolleyes
One more question about compilers:
Is Aztec C the successor of the Manx 3.6 resp. 4.0 compiler series? If yes, I don't need it. I'm no collector of ancient compiler versions. :p The latest version (I assume that 5.0a is the latest) is fine for me.
Twist, could you upload the "real" Lattice 5.04 again, please?
Besides, I tested out SAS C and installed it.
This seems a command-line-only compiler, yeah?
I forgot to install something perhaps, but all the "useful" applications I can see is sc (the command-line SAS C compiler) and se (the SAS C editor).
And this editor hasn't got any interface to the compiler, as far as I could see. So you've always got to edit your stuff, change the window you're working in and hack in the line on the CLI! Ayeee.
Time to request some "real" IDE, I guess. :)
26 February 2002, 09:28
OK, I posted it again (disk 1...all I really have of it). As for the Aztec/Manx thing...I used to know this stuff back then, but my brain crashed and those details were lost in my non-volatile memory. :D
27 February 2002, 00:15
The manuals for Lattice 3.0 and SAS C V 6.0 are on these LSD disks.
- however I am currently converting them into Word format (nothing fancy, just intelligble enough to print off). If anyone wants a copy when i've finished let me know...
btw if anyone has these manuals (or Devpac 3) in a printable form I would be interested! ;)
07 September 2009, 11:39
Resurrecting a dead post....
Is there by any chance a definitve list of Lattice/SAS C compiler versions that
made it into the wild?
Reason I ask:
I recently inherited a box of old floppies (some 4000 or so!) and am slowly reading them in to ADF's using a Catweasel card.
One of the batch I converted on the weekend as Lattice C vers: 3.03c (in the zone if anyone is interested).
Got me wondering how many other versions are around....
I'm more interested in versions prior to V5.x than anything.
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