Tiny C Compiler

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The Tiny C Compiler (a.k.a. TCC, tCc, or TinyCC) is an x86, X86-64 and ARM processor C compiler initially written by Fabrice Bellard. It is designed to work for slow computers with little disk space (e.g. on rescue disks). Windows operating system support was added in version 0.9.23 (17 June 2005). TCC is distributed under the GNU Lesser General Public License.

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Tiny C Compiler
Developer(s)Fabrice Bellard
Stable release
0.9.27 / 17 December 2017; 6 years ago (2017-12-17)
Written inC and Assembly[citation needed]
Operating systemLinux, Unix, Windows
PredecessorOTCC, Obfuscated Tiny C Compiler[1]
TypeC compiler

TCC claims to implement all of ANSI C (C89/C90),[2] much of the C99 ISO standard,[3] and many GNU C extensions including inline assembly.

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