6502 cross compiler
CC65, a C crosscompiler / crossassembler combo for 6502 systems.
* Includes a C compiler, macro assembler, archiver and linker. The assembler generates relocatable object files, the linker is very configurable and allows overlays, ROMable code, splitted output and much more.
* The compiler is not quite ISO compatible, however, a large subset is supported.
* Supported target systems are:
- C16, C116, Plus/4
- CBM 600/700 family (programs run in bank 1)
- Newer PET machines (not 2001)
For all these systems a precompiled runtime and C library is available. Supporting more targets is not very difficult since the C library was written with portability in mind.
* Several system specific support routines like a conio library or modules for joystick access are available.
* The assembler and linker do also support the 65816 as a target, however, the compiler is not able to generate code for this CPU and there is no RTL support.
* Lots of docs and a few sample programs included.
* Easy interfacing between C code and assembler.
* Fullscreen debugger for most machines as a linkable module.
* Full sourcecode available as well as binaries for :
- Linux (RedHat 5.x RPM)
- Linux (SuSE 5.x RPM - I don't have access to a SuSE 6.0 box, sorry).
- Windows 95/98/NT
ConclusionTo conclude Cc65 works on Linux operating system and can be easily downloaded using the below download link according to Not Specified license.
Cc65 was filed under the Compilers category and was reviewed in softlookup.com and receive 2.2/5 Score.
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|Publisher:||Ullrich von Bassewitz|
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