Re: Breaking News - another 1802 Assembler with a Linker
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "bill_rowe@..." <bill_rowe_ottawa@...> wrote:
>If you recall, you mentioned your interest in the SDCC when I introduced myself. Since you are pushing forward, I will try to follow along and see if I can be of help. I'll start with downloading what you mention here.
> I've been poking at the SDCC C compiler and converting the output to 1802 assembly which I process with the excellent AS macro assembler that Richard posted about a while ago.
> The SDCC compiler uses a variant of of the asxxxx assembler and aslink linker. While googling around for something I came across this
> which clearly shows the asxxxx assembler and aslink supporting the 1802 directly.
> My sense is that the two are not directly related because they support different families of processors and have different-ish syntax but i'm not sure, certainly the names are suggestively similar.
> I don't know anything more than this but I'm excited and I wanted to share.
I started the "1802 architecture" discussion to try to learn some
things about the chip that might be of interest with respect to a compiler. There were a few surprises!
I hope I can be of help...
If I should know anything else about the tools feel free
to pass the info along.