|Re: 8051 assembler hgw@rht32.PCS.COM (h.-g. willers) (1991-03-12)|
|Re: 8051 assembler firstname.lastname@example.org (1991-03-14)|
|Re: 8051 assembler mzenier@polari.UUCP (1991-03-15)|
|Re: 8051 assembler email@example.com (1991-03-19)|
|From:||mzenier@polari.UUCP (Mark Zenier)|
|Keywords:||8051, assembler, code|
|Organization:||Seattle Online Public Unix (206) 328-4944|
|Date:||15 Mar 91 23:15:32 GMT|
In article <m0jG6l5-0003uFC@rht32.pcs.com> h.-g. willers <hgw@rht32.PCS.COM> writes:
>As I have seen from the latest issue of "The C Users Journal", they have a
>8051 Assembler (among others) in source form. I'll quote from the
>> CUG335 Frankenstein Cross Assemblers
>> Mark Zenier (WA) has submitted a collection of cross-assemblers
>> written in the combination of Yacc and C.
But not Lex or Flex. The implementation of include files at the
yacc grammar level caused a such a messy conflict with the lookahead
in both Flex and Decus Lex, that I ended up rewriting the the lexical
analyzer by hand. Lex source isn't portable, especially if you
play with the input() macro.
They were posted to alt.sources December 4-6 1990. I'd recommend
sci.electronics, comp.realtime, or alt.sources.d for any further
discussion. I have no definite information on what sites they
are archived on.
Mark Zenier firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com
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