1980s/1990s 68k C cross (and not so cross) compilers

Ray Arachelian ray at arachelian.com
Sat Nov 21 10:51:59 CST 2015

On 11/21/2015 05:54 AM, Philip Pemberton wrote:
> Hi there,
> I'm working on reverse engineering a radio navigation receiver
> (surprisingly not GPS, something else... Datatrak if anyone's heard of
> it) for the purpose of either repurposing the hardware or building up
> some kind of demo rig.
> A lot of my effort at the moment seems to be identifying C Library
> functions and naming them. Ideally, I'd like to identify the compiler
> and CLib and feed that into the disassembler to eliminate that work.
> Does anyone know which 68000 compilers were available in 1993, and which
> could produce ROM code? Or a few?
On the Mac side there was Sesame C, a shareware compiler, not sure if it
could produce ROM code, and ofc Think C.  It's probably unlikely that
these were used on the DataTrak.

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