Date : Wed, 09 Sep 1987 15:59:05 GMT
From : mtune!whuts!wsd@RUTGERS.EDU (DINSMORE)
Subject: Re: SmallC, the Z80 and the 8080
It may interest several people that there is a Z80 mnemonic
Small-C compiler complete with assembler and linker. I got the package
somewhere a few years ago and it's all public domain. There seems to be
massive confusion over the versions available and the machines destined
for the compiler. This is Small_C Version 1.2 destined for the Z80 and
creates a file soley for a Z80 assembler and linker, which as I said
earlier, are included. By the time this gets posted Tom Armistead should
have his copy with explicit instructions on what to do with it.
This package also contains floating point routines explicitly for
the Z80 and works very well, especially since it has transcendentals. For
those that like walkback traces, it also includes a profiler.
Now, it would seem to me that since I have written this note,
there must indeed exist a Z80 only Small-C package. Soooo, please stop
telling people it doesn't exist! It does!! I use it!!! In CP/M!!!!
Now that I have said that, would someone, anybody, please tell
me how to get this package to the net? My only alternative right now is to
upload it to the Royal Oaks BBS and let Keith handle it IF he wants to. How
about you people letting me know how to get it to the net by E-mailing
instructions via ihnp4!whuts!wsd or maybe some other convenient way. I will
E-mail it to anybody who promises to upload it to the net. In case your
wondering, it will fit on one 360K floppy disk.
Wayne Dinsmore, AT&T Bell Labs