I’m getting more and more familiar with the GIT workflow, which goes kinda like this:
Unfortunately this means that you’ll end up with a bunch of branches (which you can delete once they get pulled into origin/master) but I keep forgetting what branch I currently have checked out. I’ve seen bash prompts that show the current branch and I decided to do something similar for TCC/LE.
What’s fun about this file is that you can save it as “gb.cmd”. When you then enter “gb” on the command line, it will actually invoke the C compiler (remember to run vcvars32) to generate the gb.exe. Next time, the exe will be invoked instead.