Welcome to the home of CRunTiny, a lightweight drop-in replacement for the
(currently only Microsoft, so compatible with Intel C/C++ & Visual C++) runtime library. The CRunTiny
library is based on techniques developed by our contributors, and described in the
Eugene Gershnik, author of
Matthew Wilson, author of
You may also have read about CRunTiny in the current (week of 24th November 2003) issue of BYTE.
We're busily trying to get the first, very late, version released now, and hope to have it done by the end of this month
Please feel free to contact either of us in the
meantime regarding our articles, or about ideas for CRunTiny.
12th December 2003: CRunTiny 1.0 is here! At long last, and after much prevarication,
we're pleased to make version 1.0 available. It's a
pretty minimalistic affair - there's no documentation or anything - but if you download, unzip, it's all there. Either open
a command box in the make directory and type build_debug or build_release, or use it from the Visual Studio
(98, 2002, or 2003) IDDE. There's also a first release of CStdioTiny, although it's only version 0.3.
24th November 2003: CRunTiny was described in Matthew's article "Open Source Software: What, How and Why?" in
BYTE. Naturally this is giving some impetous to our releasing the first version, and
we hope to do that before the end of November 2003.
23rd August 2003: Alas, both of us have hit some heavy workloads, so it looks like it'll not be out until
24th April 2003: We're very nearly there. Just dynamic_cast and stdio to go, so
expect to see the first release in a week or so. (Honest!)
28th February 2003: We're busily beavering away on the first version, and hope to have it out in the next week
or two. Most parts are complete; we're just finishing of a couple of tricky bits.
12th December 2003
Version 1.0 of CRuntiny; Version 0.3 of CStdioTiny.