Author Topic: CODE::BLOCKS is also for SDCC  (Read 4523 times)


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CODE::BLOCKS is also for SDCC
« on: July 04, 2007, 09:24:46 am »
  :D After trying some tweaks manually, I have finally integrated the Small Device C Compiler to CB successfully - (means without the annoying exception message). SDCC , which is actively built by our co-open source advocates is another fantastic release from the Open Source community. CB & SDCC really makes a very cheap development tool for microcontrollers including PICs from Microchip & MCS-51 89 series from Atmel. I have designed a PIC development board. I thought I would still need to write the IDE that would hook with my board, now everything is there which means my target clients need to pay only for the hardware.  :P

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Re: CODE::BLOCKS is also for SDCC
« Reply #1 on: July 04, 2007, 09:26:26 am »
are there any mistakes or enhancements needed in our build in support for that compiler ??


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Re: CODE::BLOCKS is also for SDCC
« Reply #2 on: July 04, 2007, 09:53:44 am »
Dunno what you mean. But I installed the supposedly most stable release (v 1.0). During the installation, it detected SDCC but whenever I try to compile, gplink32 crashes during the linking stage. I had to tweak the configurations by removing the entries for the linker and instead put more entries to  the compiler exe paramaters. But if you have a version that interfaces smoothly with SDCC, kindly name it so I can download & try. cheers!  :)