Adding a new file extension to the GCC recognised list.
Thu May 2 03:53:00 GMT 2002
Does anyone know if it is possible to configure the default extensions that
For example, gcc recognises files with a .sx extension so that "gcc -c
test.sx" will invoke the C preprocessor and assembler.
However gcc does not recognise .mip (for example). Using "gcc -c test.mip"
will result in error.
Is it possible to add custom extensions to gcc and have them map to existing
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