How Does CBC Compile Code?

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cosbykid
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Hi, I'm trying to work with the CBCv2 over SSH and I was wondering what compile command the CBC uses to compile C/C++ programs. I am trying to create some binaries that will run on the CBC, but I am unable so to do without figuring out how it compiles.

If anyone has any experience with this, their knowledge would be greatly appreciated,
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cbcui, the graphical front end to the CBC, calls the compilation scripts found in /mnt/kiss/usercode/compilers. These scripts, in turn, call gcc, which should be located in /mnt/kiss/bin.

Hope this helps. Any other questions?

Braden McDorman

Developer of the KIPR Link, KISS IDE, KIPR's 2D Simulator, and CBCJVM.

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I believe this answers my question perfectly, thank you very much for taking time to answer it.

Sincerely,
cosbykid

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