|6502 C compiler wanted email@example.com (1991-03-15)|
|Re: 6502 C compiler wanted firstname.lastname@example.org (1991-03-16)|
|From:||email@example.com (Jawaid Bazyar)|
|Organization:||Mutation Testing Facility, University of Illinois|
|Date:||Sat, 16 Mar 91 15:40:37 CST|
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org> you write:
>Is there such an animal that I can ftp as a C compiler for 6502-family
>processors? (except the 16-bit versions)
>I've been thinking about starting some projects using very little computing
>power. The code will probably get ROM-ed stand alone, although I could
>live with something generating code intended to run on an Apple or C64.
>Any help would be much appreciated.
>email@example.com (Dan Rymarz)
Available at /pub/appleII/nonGS/languages/HyperC@plains.nodak.edu (anon
FTP) is a system called Hyper C. It's a reasonably complete K&R
implementation although the libraries are a little weak. Kind souls have
contributed code to the libraries, though.
plains.nodak is a little bizarre. You must specify the -a option to ls
in your FTP program to see any files at all.
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