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Offline NinjaCyborgTopic starter

Since having common tooling is necessary to make collaborative open source development easy, I wondered what is the baseline setup for tooling everyone uses these days? I assume some combination of the NDK3.5 and 3.9, together with SASC if you have it or GCC (but which version?) or VBCC if you don't. Do people use clib2 on OS3 now as their main C lib? Is there a known good amiga.lib? I remember the 3.9 one had some problems back in the day. What about installation location, assigns setup, tooling setup, default stack sizes, debugging tools and other supporting tools. Is there a modern version of geekgadgets that can build recent linux stuff?
 

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My setup is GCC 2.95.3, 3.1 SDK. Do not use C stdlib at all.
 

Offline NinjaCyborgTopic starter

OK so I assume you don't ever work with other people's code, no open source projects, no porting from other platforms.