|Generic peep-hole optimizer available? Thomas.Tornblom@nexus.comm.se (1993-02-16)|
|From:||Thomas.Tornblom@nexus.comm.se (Thomas Tornblom)|
|Keywords:||optimize, tools, question|
|Organization:||Communicator Nexus AB|
|Date:||Tue, 16 Feb 1993 09:22:27 GMT|
Is there any such beast?
I'm developing software for a microcontroller built on a 65C02 core and
I'm using the Aztec C v3.2 compiler. Now this compiler produces some
really pessimal code, besides the outright defunct code... but still its
better than assembly.
What I would like to get hold of is some kind of generic peep-hole
optimizer that could be tweaked to recognize and optimize 6502
Replacing the compiler is not an option, far too much of the code
built before my time depends on this compiler.
Real life: Thomas To:rnblom Email: Thomas.Tornblom@Nexus.Comm.SE
Snail mail: Communicator Nexus AB Phone: +46 18 171814
Box 857 Fax: +46 18 696516
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