From: "D Poinsett"
Subject: Re: To C or not to C
Date: Sat, 4 Jan 2003 18:58:24 -0500
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Given your enthusiasm, the GNU version should be worth checking out,
especially for someone just starting. Since I have used the Dunfield suite
for the HC11 for so long (and the HC12 in the last few years) I am very
familiar it and very satisfied with the results. Thus, there is little
incentive to change at this point. As you know, in embedded work there are
subtle aspects of compiler behavior that take a while to learn.
Thanks for the tip.
"Nico Coesel" wrote in message
> "D Poinsett" wrote:
> >The serious embedded software designer will often need both C and
> >for projects that require efficient use of the programmer's time and
> >operation. For small projects (<32K) that require no floating point I
> >recommend the Dunfield C compilers. Available for numerous processors,
> >compilers are modestly priced, reliable, all code in the library is
> >provided, the output is very tight, inline assembler is supported, the
> >compiler only invokes sections of the library that are actually used, and
> >the products are well supported. I've been using Dunfield stuff for about
> >years and love it. Having the code to the library is a joy because you
> >tweak it to your own unique needs.
> LOL! Try any free GNU compiler (like SDCC for the 8051) and you'll
> dump Dunfield's stuff right away.
> Reply to nico@nctdevpuntnl (punt=.)
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