The code of P99 should be usable and hopefully also useful. In contrast to that P99 as a project is only in its boot phase, so bear with me if you are missing documentation, examples, and any other kind of resources. The best to improve things is to let me know, there is my mailing address on the bottom of this page and there is now also a help forum. Many information will currently be made public via my blog: Jens Gustedt's Blog.

But there is also some project infrastructure that is set up on the INRIA gforge site. In particular you may have anonymous access to the git repository, there.

P99 has been tested on combinations of the following:

OS variant processor compiler remarks
Linux ubuntu 9.04/Gnu LibC x86_64 gcc 4.1 - 4.2 work arround for inline
gcc 4.3 - 4.7
clang 2.8 VLA crashes the compiler
clang 2.9 minor incompatibility for ## token
clang 3.0 work around from some compound literals
clang 3.2 has _Generic
opencc 4.2 work arround for inline
icc 12.0.0 work arround for inline
TinyC preprocessor not conforming
pcc compiler crashes
i686 gcc 4.3 - 4.6
ubuntu 9.04/musl x86_64 gcc 4.4
maemo arm gcc 4.2 work arround for inline
redhat 5.0 ia64 icc 4.1.2 work arround for inline
BSD OS X x86_64 gcc 4.2.1 work arround for inline
FreeBSD 7.2-RELEASE-p7 amd64 gcc 4.2.1 work arround for inline

P99 is automatically tested on the Continuous Integration platform of Inria after all git version changes. For the moment this includes two processors in the Intel family, i386 and amd64, gcc different version and clang, on Ubuntu Linux with glib or with musl. The current status is

Jens Gustedt