[Coco] Re: [Color Computer] SDCC vs GCC 4.0 revisited - a little story

Gene Heskett gene.heskett at verizon.net
Tue Jul 19 16:56:56 EDT 2005

On Tuesday 19 July 2005 14:42, James Diffendaffer wrote:
>So... this morning I think back to the talk about the 68CH11/12 math
>libs and instruction compatability and I say to myself...
>"Myself, why don't I look up the HC11/12 so I can see if I can add
>them while I'm doing this?"
>And myself says... "sounds like a good idea.  You can never have too
>much scope creep!"
>So I download the docs and look at the register model and I say to
>"myself... that looks kinda like a 6809 with one stack pointer"
>myself says... "yup, should be easy to support with the changes
> you're making"
>So I add a register map for the hc11 and hc12 to SDCC and I'm in the
>process of setting up proper initialization to support them and I
> say to myself...
>"myself... I wonder if there's a hc11 GCC compiler... it's almost
>identical and that would be easy to port"
>myself says... "DUH!  You downloaded GCC math libs for it yesterday"
>Moment of silence...
>I need a beer.
Try a Rolling Rock Green Lite James, its quite lo-cal, and tastier 
than one normally expects from a 'lite' beer.  I switched from MGD to 
that a couple of months back as it makes it a wee bit easier to keep 
my sugar tolerable.  The weight is also sliding off slowly, the 
nearly 200 I weighed a year ago is now just under 170!

It also has a tolerable price.

Cheers, Gene
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