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Old 26 September 2019, 17:43   #21
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/ always go one step back in directory structure, toward root, and I know it works, because I am able to access all those directories from Shell.
That is what I mean. I think / from LC: will go to SYS: and so LC:/include = SYS:include? (As LC: = SYS:lc) and you are trying to get LC:Include (which is sys:lc/include)

Not sure though :-)
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Old 26 September 2019, 17:44   #22
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After reading more about Lattice C v3, it seems that TOSEC disk with Lattice c v3.03 is incomplete and someone's copy/compilation. According to book, lattice comes on 2 disks, and it has install_hd in s drive. Also, according to this book, install copies compiler to c of system, while everything else is still in LC folder and set the way I've set it up.


Also, it seems that linker is not working correctly because it is missing BLINK, and only option on disk in TOSEC is ALINK.

Does anyone else has Lattice Version 3 full disks?? (or this might have been lost)
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That is what I mean. I think / from LC: will go to SYS: and so LC:/include = SYS:include? (As LC: = SYS:lc) and you are trying to get LC:Include (which is sys:lc/include)

Not sure though :-)
LC: is not point to LC, but LC/c. That is why there is /, to return to LC.
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Old 26 September 2019, 17:49   #24
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LC: is not point to LC, but LC/c. That is why there is /, to return to LC.
D'oh
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Here I found the manual for Lattice 3. https://mirror.thelifeofkenneth.com/...12%201986).pdf

Personally I was always using the Actec C compiler as I ofund it better in some regards. I had a three disk setup, which I copied to RAM disk so I could work diskless. (had 2.5MB RAM back then).
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Does anyone else has Lattice Version 3 full disks?? (or this might have been lost)
I have v3.03c, but seemingly only one disk.
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