Does Icc support the 80286 compiler?

Does Icc support the 80286 compiler?

Post by rvmarku » Fri, 04 Apr 2008 02:40:48


All,

I am searching for a compiler to run code on an embedded 80286. I
came across the Icc compiler doing a Google search and would like to
know if it will meet my needs. I tried looking for docs.... The
specific questions are:
1. Can it generate 80286 machine code?
2. Can it cross-compile to 80286 from a XP Machine?
3. Does it have support for inline assembly statements in the source
code?

Thanks!

Russell
 
 
 

Does Icc support the 80286 compiler?

Post by jacob navi » Fri, 04 Apr 2008 04:05:48


If you write a back end for 80286 yes. If not, no.
lcc-win32 has back end for many processors, and
it is possible to write others. Contact
me if interested.


Yes. See (1)


The lcc compiler no. lcc-win32 yes, it is an extension.


You are welcome.


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Does Icc support the 80286 compiler?

Post by Keith Thom » Fri, 04 Apr 2008 13:20:39

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[snip]

Are you looking for Icc ('I' as in India) or lcc ('l' as in
lowercase)? This newsgroup discusses the latter.

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