1980s/1990s 68k C cross (and not so cross) compilers
paulkoning at comcast.net
Sat Nov 21 16:23:57 CST 2015
> On Nov 21, 2015, at 2:38 PM, Al Kossow <aek at bitsavers.org> wrote:
> On 11/21/15 10:44 AM, Paul Koning wrote:
>>> Arg, totally forgot to include the HP 64000 and Tek 8560 development systems though I'm
>>> blanking right now on if they did their own or sold third-party C compilers.
>> Third party, I believe. I used one of those for a 68040 (developing the DECbridge 900). I think the compiler was Green Hills. GCC was around, I think, but that isn't the one we used as far as I remember.
> It would have been impossible to use GCC on the 8560, it was a V7 PDP-11 Unix. The 64000 processor is pretty much the same as the HP 9845.
Ok, I may be mixing up my model numbers. We had a logic analyzer as part of our dev system, either HP or Tek, I don't remember. But the compiling was done on VMS, I'm pretty sure. Either that, or Digital Unix.
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