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[PATCH] Replace "-ansi" with "-std=c89" in emul/Makefile 2 months ago

From Dustin Rawlings to ~vdupras/collapseos

"-ansi" is not supported by tcc, but according to gcc
documentation, "-std=c89" produces identical behavior.

See: https://gcc.gnu.org/onlinedocs/gcc-3.4.2/gcc/Standards.html
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 emul/Makefile | 2 +-
 1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 1 deletion(-)

diff --git a/emul/Makefile b/emul/Makefile
index e66f0a9..7e38b48 100644
--- a/emul/Makefile
+++ b/emul/Makefile
@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@ forth: forth.c $(OBJS) $(BLKFS)

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Application software development 2 months ago

From Dustin Rawlings to ~vdupras/collapseos

I came across Collapse OS while I was searching for projects related
to Forth programming and minimalist computer systems. It looks really
interesting! I've been playing around with Collapse OS's cvm for a
while today.

As I was reading through the project roadmap on the webpage, I noticed
that there wasn't much by way of application software mentioned there.
Something in that vein that I immediately wanted after loading up the
cvm was some kind of pager for quickly scrolling through the blkfs
blocks. It gets tedious typing "N LIST" over and over when I just want
to step through the blocks in order for a while.

Is there a recommended procedure for the aspiring Collapse OS
application developer? If I made some tools to run in Collapse OS,