Looking for: 68000 C compilers
aek at bitsavers.org
Sat Feb 9 12:39:22 CST 2019
On 2/6/19 11:45 AM, Tom Uban via cctalk wrote:
> I have a copy of the source for a set of 68k tools (compiler, assembler, loader, etc)
> which was based on work done by Chris Terman at MIT. This work was done back in
> the mid 80s, so some work is likely needed to compile with modern tools. Let me
> know if you would like a copy.
I dug up my copy of the Stanford V System, which also used a version of the Trix compiler
(as did many others).
This was also the starting point for the Stanford SUMACC Macintosh compiler.
I've just found the binaries so far, I thought I had the sources somewhere.
There is also an MIT compiler tape around with a bunch of different PCC ports
including the Brooklyn Poly x86 compiler.
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