Re: Z80 C compiler recommendations

David Given <dg@cowlark.com>
14 Jan 2005 00:42:34 -0500

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From: David Given <dg@cowlark.com>
Newsgroups: comp.compilers
Date: 14 Jan 2005 00:42:34 -0500
Organization: Cowlark Technologies
References: 05-01-023 05-01-035
Keywords: C
Posted-Date: 14 Jan 2005 00:42:34 EST

J├╝rgen Kahrs wrote:
> David Given wrote:
>> Recently, I discovered that the Amsterdam Compiler Kit
>> (http://www.cs.vu.nl/vakgroepen/cs/ack.html) has been open sourced; it
>
> Thanks for mentioning this. Does anyone know if the ACK is still
> supported or used ?


I think it's totally unsupported. It certainly doesn't build
out-of-the-box on my Linux system, due to the build system being
really scary.


At some point in my copious free time I should probably look into
getting rid of the ghastly interactive configuration script (are you
running V7, BSD or SysV?) and autoconfing it; it'd be nice to get it
working.


Supported backends seem to be:


i86 xenix3 minix i386 6500 6800 6805 6809 i80 em22
em24 em44 m68k2 pmds minixST m68k4 pmds4 sun2 mantra m68020
sun3 sparc sparc_solaris ns pdp s2650 vax4 z80 z8000 arm


Supported frontends seem to be:


Modula-2 Pascal Occam(!) Basic(!!) ANSI-C C Fortran


That's a good list.


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