However, the T2 developers have applied many patches, some quite recently, so I have compiled Dietlibc with the T2 patches. This is compiled in Quirky, however should work in all puppies (Quirky has 2.6.30 kernel header files, so any Puppy that has kernel 2.6.30 or later should be ok). T2 page:
Dietlibc PET (414KB):
Doc PET (1KB):
Comments:Posted on 9 Apr 2011, 18:39 by scottman
tinycc and dietlibc
How does dietlibc compare with tinycc? It's more complete, supports more architectures and is up to date, right?
I read that tinycc can run C code in real-time, through the '-run' parameter -so you can test your C code and apps before you compile.. Can dietlibc do this? I couldn't find anything about it..
It might be quite useful!
Posted on 9 Apr 2011, 21:07 by technosaurus
apples & oranges
tinycc is a compiler (like gcc)
dietlibc is a library (like glibc)
comparing them is like comparing apples & oranges
BTW it would take considerable patching of tinycc and dietlibc to make them compile together... I wasted a whole day on it once. I got it to build, but not bootstrap itself
the most interesting part of tinycc's run feature was the ability to compile & run a kernel.
Posted on 15 Apr 2011, 24:38 by scottman
OK, thanks for the info!