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vbcc is a highly optimizing portable and retargetable ISO C compiler. It supports ISO C according to ISO/IEC 9899:1989 and a subset of the new standard ISO/IEC 9899:1999 (C99).

This is the support site for AmigaOS, MorphOS and Atari (TOS, MiNT, Jaguar).

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Downloading instructions for vbcc (AmigaOS/MorphOS)

You need to pick the appropriate binary archive for your host platform. Then you can add as many target archives as you need.

Example: If you own a Pegasos running MorphOS and would like to develop programs for MorphOS and AmigaOS/68k, you have to pick the vbcc_bin_morphos archive for the binaries as well as the target archives vbcc_target_ppc-morphos and vbcc_target_m68k-amigaos. Install the binary archive first, using the provided Amiga installer, then add the targets.

The PowerUp and WarpOS binary archives are additional, which means that you need to have a base binary archive already installed. Typically this would be the vbcc_bin_amigaos68k archive.



Colors:
This color indicates a full binary archive providing all the necessary vbcc binary files for an AmigaOS/MorphOS system.
This color indicates a full binary archive providing all the necessary vbcc binary files for an Atari system.
This color indicates an additional binary archive, which requires a full archive to be installed first.
This color indicates a target archive, which contains all libraries and header files to be able to compile for a specific target. You need to install the binary archive of your choice first.
This color indicates a single patch file or a patch archive. There will be instructions where to copy or where to extract the patch.
This color indicates a source text archive.

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