[Coco] Re: GCC for the 6809
stahta01 at juno.com
Thu Dec 2 21:14:17 EST 2004
Might want to also look at the http://sdcc-m08.sourceforge.net/ also the
stuff seems to be all 8 months old,
but it might be worth it in case it has NOT all been rolled into SDCC.
"Mark McDougall" <msmcdoug at optushome.com.au> wrote in
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>A Schober wrote:
>> There appears to be a decently working C compiler at
>> sdcc.sourceforge.net. It is primarially for 8051s but
>> also has a basic 68HC08 target (and others). This
>> might be easier to work on than the gcc behemoth.
> Yes, I've actually used sdcc (8051) for a 'real' product.
> It has a few limitations/bugs, and I can't say I've even looked 'under the
> hood', but IMHO I think it would be a more suitable candidate for the 6809
> than gcc. From what I've heard, gcc is really only suited to 16-bit and
> above CPUs.
> How much work do you think you've put into gcc so far James? And how much
> more until it's 'done'?
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