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Old 17 November 2016, 06:27   #12
demolition
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I'm also tinkering around in learning C on the Amiga, although I'm only using real hardware for it once I've finished compiling - my poor little A600 doesn't have enough RAM, and lets face it, nobody enjoys waiting for something to compile.
I have also set up SAS/C on my Vampirised A600 with the intent of doing a bit of programming but I must admit that you get spoiled when are used to using VS on the PC.

So I have tried setting up a system where I was able to edit using Visual Studio and then use a script which then pushed the file to the Amiga through a network connection and launched the compiler+linker on the Amiga. It kinda worked but didn't work as well as I had hoped for to though..

Without a good IDE, you really need to have a good reference book on the desk beside you.
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