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Differences for revision 1.18 from 1.17


--- /supported-platforms.mdwn	2009/02/17 20:10:24	1.17
+++ /supported-platforms.mdwn	2009/02/17 20:23:20	1.18
@@ -6,33 +6,33 @@
 
 You must install the w32api and mingw-runtime libraries available from the [pcc ftp server](http://pcc.ludd.ltu.se/ftp/pub/win32/).  These libraries expand into the /usr/local/i386-pe/ directory.  You can copy these files to your windows machine and follow the directions [here](http://pcc.ludd.ltu.se/building/) for compiling on the Microsoft Windows platform.
 
-You must also build and install the pcc-libs module which contains libpcc.a.
+You must also build and install the pcc-libs module which contains libpcc.a and runtime startup code.
 
 __Fedora Core 8__
 
-You must build and install the pcc-libs module which contains libpcc.a and stddef.h header files.
+You must build and install the pcc-libs module which contains libpcc.a and runtime startup code.
 
 __Debian GNU/Linux 4.0r0__
 
-You must build and install the pcc-libs module which contains libpcc.a and stddef.h header files.
+You must build and install the pcc-libs module which contains libpcc.a and runtime startup code.
 
 __SuSE Linux Ent Svr 10__
 
-You must build and install the pcc-libs module which contains libpcc.a and stddef.h header files.
+You must build and install the pcc-libs module which contains libpcc.a and runtime startup codes.
 
 __Mandriva Corporate Server 4.0__
 
-You must build and install the pcc-libs module which contains libpcc.a and stddef.h header files.
+You must build and install the pcc-libs module which contains libpcc.a and runtime startup code.
 
 __Red Hat Ent Linux 5__
 
-You must build and install the pcc-libs module which contains libpcc.a and stddef.h header files.
+You must build and install the pcc-libs module which contains libpcc.a and runtime startup code.
 
 __Ubuntu Linux 8.04__
 
-You must build and install the pcc-libs module which contains libpcc.a and stddef.h header files.
+You must build and install the pcc-libs module which contains libpcc.a and runtime startup code.
 
-The alloca.h glibc header file is broken so alloca() doesn't work.  The header file undefines alloca and then fails to set it to something useful if _GNUC_ is not defined.
+The alloca.h glibc header file is broken so alloca() doesn't work.  The header file undefines alloca and then fails to set it to something useful if \_\_GNUC\_\_ is not defined.
 
 Try putting the following into /usr/local/include/pcc/alloca.h:
 
@@ -62,7 +62,7 @@
 
 __Ubuntu Linux: Intrepid Ibex 8.10__
   
-You must build and install the pcc-libs module which contains libpcc.a and stddef.h header files.
+You must build and install the pcc-libs module which contains libpcc.a and runtime startup code.
   
     me@MY-BOX:~$ cvs -d :pserver:anonymous@pcc.ludd.ltu.se:/cvsroot co pcc-libs  
     me@MY-BOX:~$ cd pcc-libs  
@@ -200,7 +200,7 @@
 
 __Mac OS X 10.4 (powerpc)__
 
-You must build and install the pcc-libs module which contains libpcc.a
+You must build and install the pcc-libs module which contains libpcc.a and runtime startup code.
 
 Additionally, stdargs.h only works with gcc.  Paste the following lines into /usr/local/lib/pcc/stdarg.h:
 
@@ -219,22 +219,20 @@
 
 __Mac OS X 10.5 (powerpc)__
 
-You must build and install the pcc-libs module which contains libpcc.a.
+You must build and install the pcc-libs module which contains libpcc.a and runtime startup code.
 
 Some of the issues may apply from OS X 10.4 discussed above.
 
 __Mac OS X 10.5 (intel)__
 
-You must build and install the pcc-libs module which contains libpcc.a.
+You must build and install the pcc-libs module which contains libpcc.a and runtime startup code.
 
 OS X on intel has a bug in /usr/include/libkern/_OSByteOrder.h for non-GNU compilers.
-uint16_t, uint32_t and uint64_t are not defined in this case.  Copy the file to /usr/local/include/pcc/libkern and replace the undefined types with
-__uint16_t, __uint32_t and __uint64_t respectively.
+uint16\_t, uint32\_t and uint64\_t are not defined in this case.  Copy the file to /usr/local/include/pcc/libkern and replace the undefined types with
+\_\_uint16\_t, \_\_uint32\_t and \_\_uint64\_t respectively.
 
 Some of the issues may apply from OS X 10.4 discussed above.
 
-Currently has a bug with 16-byte stack alignment.
-
 __FreeBSD 7__
 
 You probably want to add something like this to sys/cdefs.h. 

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