As GCC4TI, like TIGCC, is a complex team project, various parts of it have been made by different authors:
ld-tigcc Copyright (C) 2002-2009 Sebastian Reichelt and Kevin Kofler, licensed under the GPL
Library & Documentation Copyright (C) 2000-2010 Zeljko Juric and contributors, licensed under the GPL with libgcc exception
IDE Copyright (C) 2000-2009 Sebastian Reichelt and contributors, licensed under the GPL
Some parts of the GCC4TI package (
are modified parts from the GNU Compiler Collection and GNU BinUtils packages.
These parts are free software; you can redistribute them
and/or modify them under the terms of the GNU General Public License as
published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later
Parameter passing by register Copyright (C) 1998-2003 Fred Fish from Geek Gadgets; converted to GCC 3.0 and higher by Kevin Kofler.
Thomas Nussbaumer holds the copyright for the TI-68k Developer Utilities, from which the compression feature was taken. The TI-68k Developer Utilities are licensed under the LGPL, and the "pctools"' upstream version has become GCC4TI.
a68k (also included in the package) is a freeware assembler by Charlie Gibbs (it
is a somewhat modified Amiga version).
If you use any routine from this library in your program, put this fact in the documentation of your program;
If you use a routine in your assembly program which usage wasn't known to you before reading this documentation, put this fact in the documentation of your program.
I simply want that this documentation to become known to as many C and assembly programmers
Note that this is Zeljko's original license for the library. Zeljko has since approved its release under the GPL with the libgcc exception (allowing you to freely link the code with both GPLed and non-GPLed programs without restrictions). Still, we would appreciate being credited for our work.