WCRT supports console- and GUI applications, as well as dynamic link libraries (dlls).
WCRT supports basic stream I/O through the
WCRT supports static constructors and destructors (global instances of classes with constructors and destructors). Destructors are called in the correct LIFO order.
WCRT provides operators
There is no floating point emulation library. Programs can still use floating point arithmetic, but if they do, they will not run on machines that do not have a FPU (this should only affects some 386 and 486 machines, so it should not be a big problem). In programs that use floating point, the WCRT startup code will detect the presence of a FPU, and abort the program if no FPU is found.
In the current version