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Old 07-11-2012, 03:58 PM   #81
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Originally Posted by imfede View Post
very difficult to concentrate right now, i think i will relax a bit now, i just want to have a c compiler on my kindle, but it seems almost impossible for me. that's a pity but i need more information on the subject, i hoped it was simpler
Don't get stressed out.

There is a tcc thread, where you can download a tcc package with installer (and an included demo program). Look in the tools index. Download it. Read its README. Install it. Use that until you figure out a "better" way. It is not for building full "make" packages. Better for demos and stuff.

Or... just install codesourcery on a linux box and use that to cross-compile. But tcc is much easier for simple stuff like my kindle animation demos.

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