Congratulations Michael !
You fix for the tmp files works, well while sdcc compiles the libs during
"make" with cygwin all temporary files that are created are removed !
But if i compile any of my sources, no file in the tmp folder is removed. it
acts still as the previous version ... :-(
So i took a bit closer look. no matter if it is under cygwin bash or command
as long as i compile with the "-c" option, no tmp file is generated. if i
link all *.rel files together, sdcc creates some "sdcc*.*" files in folder
tmp that are not removed.
but with your fix, the "make" of sdcc during lib creation is much faster and
does not slow down down the more lib files are compiled.
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From: "Michael Hope" <michaelh@...>
Sent: Sunday, March 26, 2000 7:16 AM
Subject: [sdcc-devel] 2.2.0, yeah!
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> Hi all. I've checked in the last of the changes I had lying about. sdcc
> currently passes the dhrystone test for z80 and gbz80, and I've added a
> lame blurb about the z80 port to the end of SDCCUdoc.lyx.
> I've also created a tmpfile() replacement called tempfile() to get around
> the broken (OK, it meets the spec but the spec is bad) tmpfile() in
> cygwin. It scans TMP, TEMP, and TMPDIR in that order, else uses
> tmpfile(). It's the biggest bug report I've had with gbdk.
> I reccomend that we create a branch for 2.2.0 and do it :)
> - -- Michael
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