Looking for: 68000 C compilers
dave.g4ugm at gmail.com
Wed Feb 6 11:39:04 CST 2019
I doubt if its relevant but I think I have Sozobon C for the Atari. There
was also a Mark Williams "C" ....
and of course various GNU ports.
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> Subject: Looking for: 68000 C compilers
> I'm (still) trying to reverse-engineer a ton of M68K ROM code which was
> apparently compiled with a circa-1990 C compiler.
> Does anyone have copies of any of the following -- or any other C
> for the 68K which were around at that time?
> * Sierra Systems 68000 C compiler (was part of some Sega Genesis
> developer kits)
> * HP 68000 C compiler (either the HP 64000 or MSDOS versions)
> (I believe this was sold as the "HP B3640 Motorola 68000 Family C
> Cross Compiler)
> * Lattice C
> * Anything not on this list ;)
> My game plan is to take the compiled standard libraries from these
> and build up some patterns/"fingerprints" to try and make a better guess
> what the code is up to.
> I figure if I can at least pin down the stdlib and floating-point code, I
> better chance at figuring out what the main code does.
> I've seen the HP cross compiler manual on Bitsavers, but the compiler
> doesn't seem to be on bitsavers/bits.
> philpem at philpem.me.uk
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