RSXNT, developed by Rainer Schnitker, appears to be defunct.
Rainer Schnitker's home page for his port of GNU C to Win32 has now
gone missing, and he hasn't re-surfaced in a google search as of
2009. RSXNT is a solid port of GCC to the Win32 environment, but I
started using MinGW32 instead
back in September 2002. MinGW is actively supported.
One advantage to RSXNT is the capability to
create a single .exe file which will run in both
native Win32 mode and in MS-DOS (with a couple of support files, and
assuming that the code is a "console" application which has no Win32 calls).
This simplifies code maintenance if you are developing for a mixed
environment which includes some very old PC's. Otherwise,
I would use MinGW.
|EMX/RSXNT||last update 6-1-2009|
Click here to get the RSXNT compiler
(based on gcc 2.7.2) and install instructions from my web server.
I've designed my distribution
to have an install feel more like MinGW (a single directory tree rather
than the three that Rainer had his distribution set up for).