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20                 <h1 class="header">GMQCC</h1>
21                 <p class="header">An Improved Quake C Compiler</p>
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32                 <h3>Welcome</h3>
33                 <p>For an enduring period of time the options for a decent compiler for the
34                 Quake C programming language were confined to a specific compiler known as QCC.
35                 Attempts were made to extend and improve upon the design of QCC, but many foreseen
36                 the consequences of building on a broken foundation.
37                 The solution was obvious, a new compiler; one born from the NIH realm of sarcastic wit.
38                 We welcome you. You won't find a better Quake C compiler.</p>
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40                 <h3>Modern Compiler Design</h3>
41                 GMQCC Imploys several modern strategies for lexing, parsing, understanding and
42                 generating executable bytecode.  These stratagies are unlike anything present
43                 in any existing QuakeC compiler.  With them GMQCC is capable of generating correct
44                 optimal byte code while preventing you from writing broken code.
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48                 <h3>Compatability With Code</h3>
49                 <p>GMQCC is committed to keeping backwards compatability with your existing QuakeC code,
50                 to do this we support the oddities, and otherwise broken or incorrect behaviour of existing compilers
51                 such as QCC and FTEQCC, so that you can rest easy knowing your code will work.
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54                 <h3>Obtain The Development Repository</h3
55                 <p>If you're interested on used the latest, you may obtain the development
56                 repository as such</p>
57 <pre><code>$ git clone git://github.com/graphitemaster/gmqcc.git
58 $ cd gmqcc
59 $ make
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62                 <h3>Support or Contact</h3>
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64                 <p>Having trouble with GMQCC? Join our IRC channel at #kf-engine on irc.freenode.net or contact <a href="mailto:cube2killfild@gmail.com">Us</a> 
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