To compile vlink you first have to choose a Makefile
which fits your prefered compiler and host/target architecture.
The following are available:
- Makefile - standard Unix/gcc Makefile
- Makefile.Irix5 - IRIX5.3/gcc Makefile
- Makefile.68k - makes AmigaOS/68k executable with vbcc
- Makefile.MOS - makes MorphOS executable with vbcc
- Makefile.OS4 - makes AmigaOS4 executable with vbcc
- Makefile.PUp - makes PowerUp executable with vbcc
- Makefile.WOS - makes WarpOS executable with vbcc
- Makefile.Win32 - makes Windows executable with MS-VSC++
Note: When using an old, non ISO-C99 compliant, compiler,
you have to define -DTYPES32BIT or -DTYPES64BIT
(64-bit hosted compiler) in your Makefile.
You may have to create the objects directory for your target
architecture. Then run make -f Makefile.name.
The vbcc-Makefiles will generate a vlink-binary which is called