|z80 C cross compiler/backend email@example.com (1996-10-30)|
|Re: z80 C cross compiler/backend Sergey.Solyanik@bentley.com (Sergey Solyanik) (1996-11-01)|
|Re: z80 C cross compiler/backend firstname.lastname@example.org (1996-11-03)|
|Re: z80 C cross compiler/backend email@example.com (Itai Nahshon) (1996-11-05)|
|Re: z80 C cross compiler/backend firstname.lastname@example.org (1996-11-12)|
|Re: z80 C cross compiler/backend email@example.com (1996-11-14)|
|Re: z80 C cross compiler/backend Jeff_Wieland@ces.purdue.edu (1996-11-14)|
|Re: z80 C cross compiler/backend firstname.lastname@example.org (1996-11-14)|
|From:||Sergey Solyanik <Sergey.Solyanik@bentley.com>|
|Date:||1 Nov 1996 17:46:37 -0500|
Allan Skillman wrote:
> Does anyone know of the existence of a C compiler which can produce
> Z80 assembly output.
There is number of solutions to your problem. Firstly, there are
several CP/M/intel8080 emulators on PC that will allow you to run CP/M
programs on PC. I've actually developed some i8080 code this way 6
years ago. These tools are in public domain, you will probably find
them by searching the net for "CP/M emulators".
Also, I've seen at least 3 different C compilers that run on i8080 on
CP/M. One is Aztech C80, another is MicroSoft MSC and I forgot what
is the third one. If you will have hard times finding these sort of
tools, send me eMail. I might still have some ancient tools...
Second solution is lcc compiler by C. Fraser and D. Hanson ("A
retargetable C Compiler: Design and Implementation"). This thing is
indeed easily retargetable and quite small (10000 lines of code or
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