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|Date:||11 Dec 2002 22:30:47 -0500|
|Posted-Date:||11 Dec 2002 22:30:47 EST|
Domain: Embedded Systems
Our Requirement: Migration of a development environment from VAX/VMS
5.5 platform to either Unix or any other suitable platform. The
existing development environment has tools that auto generate code in
PLM86 language and ASM186 assembly. A part of code is also manually
generated in PLM and ASM. The PLM and ASM code are cross compiled
using ASM186 and PLM86 compilers on to Intel 80186 target processor.
For the new environment the target processor remains same (80186).
Only the development environment is migrated. Request to provide us
some pointers/help in the availability of the following:
1) ASM/PLM 186 cross compilers on Unix/Windows/DOS
2) ASM, PLM to C or Ada converters
3) Cross compilers for C and Ada on Unix/Windows/DOS for 80186
Also let us know if there are any other tools/methods to realize the
Your early response in this regard will be highly appreciated.
Thanks and Regards,
[People have asked for PL/M translators before, and never got anything
useful. 80186 assembler is nearly the same as 386 assembler, so you
could probably use a native 386 Windows assembler with minimal tweaking
of the source code. C and Ada cross-compilers should be easy enough
to find. -John]
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