From: Moritz Jodeit <moritz@jo...> - 2006-11-10 15:47:22
There seems to be a problem, when cilly is supplied with input files,
which don't have the usual file extensions.
The following call to gcc works as expected (where foo.X is some C file):
gcc -S -x c foo.X -o foo
When you do the same with cilly, it doesn't create any output file.