Zortech C++ compiler

From: Vintage Computer Festival <vcf_at_siconic.com>
Date: Thu Feb 26 17:28:52 2004

On Thu, 26 Feb 2004, John Foust wrote:

> At 05:42 PM 2/24/2004, you wrote:
> >> I wouldn't mind a copy of Manx Aztec C. ISTR there was a 6502 cross-compiler
> >> version made - ran on an IBM PC, produced 6502 code. Never managed to find a
> >> copy, though. Same goes for the "compile on a PC, run on a PC" version.
> >
> >I have an Apple ][ version (which produces 6502 code naturally) and I may
> >have a PC version. I'm pretty sure I also have an Amiga version.
> I have the MS-DOS Lattice C cross-compiler that output Amiga
> executables, too. I even used it at first, as a single-floppy
> Amiga is pretty useless for compiles, and two floppies weren't
> much better.

I tried to teach myself C on the Apple ][ Manx compiler. It took nearly
two minutes to compile a "Hello World!" program so I gave up.

Too bad I didn't have a hard drive by then.

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