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Sender: Radu Hociung <rshociun AT novice DOT uwaterloo DOT ca>
From: radu AT io DOT org (Radu Hociung)
Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp
To: djgpp AT sun DOT soe DOT clarkson DOT edu
Subject: djgpp as a cross compiler for 68hc11
Followup-To: radu AT io DOT org
Date: Fri, 28 Jul 1995 14:24:12 -0400
Organization: Radu's Electronic Mailbox, Waterloo, Ont. CANADA
Lines: 31

Hello All!

I'm trying to get GCC (2.6.3) for DOS to compile itself. While everything
appears to compile ok, some files don't get created. These are all of the s-*
type. (s-attr, etc). I cannot find these files referenced anywhere in the docs,
so I've no idea how vital they are. Something tells me they do serve a purpose,
so I don't feel good about ignoring them. Does anyone know what the s-
files are for?

Anyhow, back to the cross compiling business. I would like to compile a 68hc11 C
program. Can someone please take me through the required steps in either DOS or
Unix? As a starting point, I do have Coactive's port for the hc11. But I've no
idea what to do with it.

I've been succesful building the cross assemblers and the cross linker (with
Borland C 3.1), so once I get GCC to generate the hc11 ASM output from the C
sources I should be fine.

The project I'm working on is a micromouse driven by a 68hc11 controller.

The packages I have installed are:
BNU252BN BSN122BN DJ112M1 DJ112M2 DJ112M3 DJ112M4 DJDEV112 DJDOC112 DJEMU112
DJEOE112 DJLGR112 DJLSR112 DJSRC112 DJTST112 FLX247BN GCC263BN GCC263DC
GCC263SR MAK371BN PAT21BN PAT21DC SED118BN TXI310BN TXI310DC. Also
FAQ102

Thank you,
Radu.
--
Radu Hociung - radu AT io DOT org
1B Electrical Engineering, University of Waterloo.

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