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Front end menu for the Turbo C command line compiler. Makes TCC a little more user friendly and easy to use.
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Front end menu for the Turbo C command line compiler. Makes TCC a little more user friendly and easy to use.
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Contents of the TCCMENU.DOC file




TCCMENU v1.01
11/21/88

By: Jim Derr
Copyright (c) 1988



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LIMIT OF LIABILITY

TCCMENU is distributed as-is. The author disclaims all warranties,
expressed or implied. The author will assume no liability for damages
either from the direct use of this product or as a consequence of the
use of this product.


TurboC is a product of Borland International.


WHAT IS TCCMENU

TCCMENU was written to make using the command line TurboC compiler
eaiser to use. With TCCMENU you can create, save, and recall,
as many different configurations to start up the TurboC compiler
as you wish. You can then invoke the TurboC compiler at the press
of a key.

USING TCCMENU

When TCCMENU is started for the first time a panel is displayed
showing TCCMENU'S internal default values. You may change any of
the values you wish by moving the cursor to the appropriate field
and entering the appropriate option. When all your options are set
pressing the F3 key will save all of the options into a file with a
name that you control. (Please note TCCMENU does not edit the
options that are entered. If they are enter incorrectly they are
save incorrectly). To compile a program move the cursor to the
field entitled PROGRAMS TO COMPILE and type in the names of the
programs and OBJ and LIBS files you wish to compile and/or link.
Press the F5 key and TCCMENU will build a TURBOC.CFG file and will
invoke the TurboC command line compiler.

You may also specify options on the command line when invoking
TCCMENU. The format is:

TCCMENU [/Cconfig-file-name] ["list-of-pgms-to-compile"] [/R]

The /C option allows you to specify a configuration file to load
and use. (This must be a configuration file that was created via
TCCMENU)

A list of programs to compile may also be passed if there is more
that one program enclose the file names in double quotes.

The /R options tells TCCMENU not to display its screen but to
immediately invoke the TurboC compiler.

EXAMPLES:

TCCMENU /Cmy.xfg "hello.c" /R
This will compile program hello.c using the configuration
information stored in the file my.xfg and will immediately
invoke the compiler.

TCCMENU /Cmy.xfg "hello.c" /R > hello.lst
This does at stated above but will redirect all output
from the compiler into a file called hello.lst.

TCCMENU hello.c > hello.lst
This will cause TCCMENU to display it's screen but will place
hello.c into the PROGRAMS TO COMPILE field on the screen. When
you invoke the compiler via the F5 key all output will be
redirected into file hello.lst.


If you create a configuration file named DEFAULT.XFG TCCMENU will
use the information contained in the configuration file instead of
it's own internal defaults.

When using the F2, load configuration file, or the command line
option /C TCCMENU, please note if you do not provide a file
extension TCCMENU will append .XFG to the file name specified.
I.E. If you enter TCCMENU /Cmine TCCMENU will attempt to load
the configuration file named MINE.XFG.


FUNCTION KEY ASSIGNMENTS

F1 = HELP
This will display a panel showing all possible configuration
switches.

F2 = Load a configuration file.

F3 = SAVE current configuration information into a file.

F4 = Pop up a list of tccmenu configuation file to load.
(Note TCCMENU configuration files must have an extension
of .XFG to be found by this option.)

F5 = Invoke the TurboC compiler.

F9 = Move the cursor to the opposite side of the screen.

F10 = EXIT

ESC = EXIT


ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES

TCCMENU will recognize the following environment variables if they are
set:
BIOS This will force TCCMENU to use BIOS for writting to the screen.
MONO This will force TCCMENU to run in monochrome mode.

Examples:
SET BIOS=Y
SET MONO=Y


COMPATIBILITY ISSUES
TCCMENU achives fast screen updates buy writing directly to video buffer
memory. If your machine is not 100% compatible you can force TCCMENU to
use BIOS routines to update the screen. This is accomplished by setting
an environment variable BIOS equal to Y. I.E. SET BIOS=Y. Do this
before executing sharc.

For monochrome monitors a similar method is employed set the environment
variable MONO equal to Y. I.E. SET MONO=Y.



Please let me know how you like TCCMENU.

Jim Derr
2425 Santa Cruz Ct.
Santa Rosa, Ca. 95401
CSERVE ID 76266,2634



As usual any and all comments are welcome. If there are some features
that are missing, drop me a note and I'll try to accommodate you if I
think the feature is generally useful.



Additional Stuff

I have spent many hours on this program trying to make it as easy to use
as possible and reasonably fast. I have also tried to be responsive to
user comments and requests. Also note that the program is not crippled
in any way. It is a fully functional program.

PLEASE SEND A CONTRIBUTION OF $7.00, and keep shareware alive.

Let your conscience be your guide.

Jim Derr
2425 Santa Cruz Ct.
Santa Rosa, Ca. 95401


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