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by fsw
Dec 24, 2011 21:42
Forum: Projects
Topic: Oxygen Basic 64-bit compiling
Replies: 43
Views: 8499

Charles,
do you have plans to export/import object files ?
(coff and/or elf format)

The point being that IMHO the popularity of a compiler increases or declines how well it interfaces with others (besides creating dll/so files...)

Keep up the good work!
by fsw
Dec 20, 2011 23:10
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: -gen GCC and 64bit exes
Replies: 66
Views: 4442

Besides the Fb sources, I've downloaded a simple DOS compiler MoonRock and SLC; They both have the fundamentals of converting High_Level language to .ASM Now, its just to port one or both to 64bit. Porting 32 bit asm to 64 bit asm is not as straight forward as you might think. There are not only ne...
by fsw
Aug 08, 2011 18:18
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: 0.23.0 source forge download just restarts forever
Replies: 17
Views: 3230

Never really considered it. Packaging a specific gcc with FB, I'm not really sure whether it'd be worth the trouble. I want to go into a direction where fbc can be installed into MinGW, rather than the other way round. Please consider TDM-GCC-64 on Windows instead of MinGW. TDM-GCC-64 runs on Windo...
by fsw
Jul 06, 2011 22:59
Forum: General
Topic: 64bit binary?
Replies: 6
Views: 1762

Hi, downloaded fbc's daily build and exchanged gcc with tdm-gcc-64 (newest version). (tdm-gcc-64 is actually a 32bit program, so it runs on 32bit and 64 bit Windows) tdm-gcc-64 compiles code to 64bit but has the option to compile to 32bit when the "-m32" argument is used. In order to test tdm-gcc-64...
by fsw
Jul 02, 2011 3:13
Forum: General
Topic: 64bit binary?
Replies: 6
Views: 1762

Does this sound stupid theory? If it is possible to produce 64bit binary in a way you told, then it might be possible to compile whole FB in this way? Propably would need hard work, but result might be worth of it. 64bit FB compiler. Well, it's not theory, it's what my own oop compiler already does...
by fsw
Jul 01, 2011 21:02
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: QT Application Framework
Replies: 26
Views: 4248

The problem with wxwidget is that it doesn't have a "home" platform. It is not native anywhere. I therefore never seriously considered it. Say what? What. LOL Well that is the whole point. Pick GTK and the Unixers will be happy. Pick win32 and at least the windows are happy. QT has an home on *nix,...
by fsw
Jul 01, 2011 19:32
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: QT Application Framework
Replies: 26
Views: 4248

[german] @fsw i wrote "a litle bit" betrunken drei flashen Bier werden mit einem guten essen und Kaffe neutralisiert :-) ...[/german] Well it all depends on what kind of coffee. Once I was in the Black Forest (Germany) and got "Kaffe Fertig" (translated to "coffee done") which is black coffee (no m...
by fsw
Jul 01, 2011 19:24
Forum: General
Topic: 64bit binary?
Replies: 6
Views: 1762

Re: 64bit binary?

Hi all. Is there way to produce 64bit binary files from FB code now or in near future? Maybe using the gcc output not asm: If you have a 64bit Windows OS you can install the 64 bit version of TDM-GCC and compile native to 64 bit or to 32 bit with the "-m32" compiler switch. BTW: I'm talking about T...
by fsw
Jul 01, 2011 19:13
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: QT Application Framework
Replies: 26
Views: 4248

don't talk about things you don't know :lol: ... now i'm a litle bit drunken (and i'm dancing in front of the monitor) but it's ok after the whole work Joshy Du bist betrunken? Aber es ist erst kurz nach 21 uhr in Deutschland... Viel zu frueh, wie willst du da durchhalten? Die nacht ist lang... :D
by fsw
Jul 01, 2011 19:01
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: QT Application Framework
Replies: 26
Views: 4248

In regards of QT: QT is used, not for it's simplicity (because it's not) or because it's "soo goood" but because it's a Application framework and not only a GUI framework; one API to cover multiple areas (GUI/ODBC/SOCKETS/etc.) on different operating systems. ...as long you can live with the additio...
by fsw
Jul 01, 2011 18:44
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: QT Application Framework
Replies: 26
Views: 4248

The problem with wxwidget is that it doesn't have a "home" platform. It is not native anywhere. I therefore never seriously considered it. Say what? Not exactly sure what you mean by that, but IMHO not being native anywhere. but to be able "to merge" with the gui system that is native to the os is ...
by fsw
Nov 08, 2010 2:07
Forum: Community Discussion
Topic: Moving my desktop to Linux
Replies: 7
Views: 1139

Personally I find Ubuntu a slow OS (could be my 2006 TurionX2-64 laptop is too old for it...) so I switched to LMDE (Linux Mint Debian Edition) and like it very much.
by fsw
Oct 03, 2010 6:07
Forum: Projects
Topic: OxygenBasic Compiler
Replies: 46
Views: 10520

Just go:
http://www.freebasic.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=16078
It's available under NEWS...

bye
fsw

BTW all files are stored on sourceforge, that's the beauty of it: no need to erase former versions.
by fsw
Oct 02, 2010 1:51
Forum: Projects
Topic: OxygenBasic Compiler
Replies: 46
Views: 10520

@FreeBASIC devs: Oxygen can be compiled with the fbc 0.21.1 version but the program crashes when used (had to change some static lib names in order to compile it - adding "dll." to the name). With the fbc 0.21.0 version everything is OK - compiles and the program works fine. What changed from 0.21.0...
by fsw
Sep 30, 2010 16:40
Forum: Projects
Topic: OxygenBasic Compiler
Replies: 46
Views: 10520

...Generally I do not rely on long variable names either since these rapidly lose their original meaning when a section of code is refactored. Well this is something that a find/replace can fix in a few seconds... Many times the documentation is never done properly for several reasons - so IMNSHO d...

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