|Looking for x86 code-generator for Small-C firstname.lastname@example.org (Andy Elvey) (2010-09-26)|
|Re: Looking for x86 code-generator for Small-C email@example.com (George Neuner) (2010-09-29)|
|Re: Looking for x86 code-generator for Small-C FredJScipione@alum.RPI.edu (Fred J. Scipione) (2010-09-29)|
|Re: Looking for x86 code-generator for Small-C ArarghMail009@Arargh.com (2010-09-30)|
|From:||Andy Elvey <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||Sun, 26 Sep 2010 22:14:27 -0700 (PDT)|
|Posted-Date:||28 Sep 2010 22:53:24 EDT|
Hi all -
I'm a first-timer here and just getting into some assembly coding and
poking around with compilers as well. Anyway, I've downloaded the
well-known Small-C compiler but have found that the code-generators
included with it are *very* old (for 8080, Vax and so on).
So, I was wondering - does anyone know of someone who may have
updated this compiler to generate code for x86? I did a search of this
group just before joining, and although I saw a couple of "updated
Small-C" topics, they were for Motorola processors.
Doing a code-generator myself looks out of my league. I can
understand assembly in "small pieces" (as in a bootloader), but doing
a code-generator looks like a "very big ask".
So, if anyone knows of an x86 code-gen for Small-C, then I'd love to
know about it! If it's public-domain, that's even better (my little
Small-C project is P.D., as Small-C itself is, and I'm a keen P.D.
weenie... :) )
Thanks for your time -
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