it seems that you are looking for the infineon SAB80C515C CPU with a CAN
i have not used one of them, but i program the SAB80C515A with SDCC without
Béla has written the mcs51reg.h file containing lots of different CPU types.
I have helped to add some of the infineon (former Siemens) cpus. The c515c
is not (yet) included.
in the cvs source tree of sdcc and/or the sdcc open knowledge resource web
site you can find an startup example that i have written for the c515a. all
you should need is do modify one *.h file (set chrystal speed and desired
baudrate) add a simple printf("hello world"); and you should get some output
via serial interface.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mark Clayton" <clayton@...>
Sent: Sunday, November 12, 2000 4:00 AM
Subject: [Sdcc-user] newbie - choosing hardware
> It's been awhile since I did much 8051 programming. I want to get
> back into it as a hobby. I'm thinking of using one of two kits.
> They both have a CAN controller, which I need to my project. The
> two boards are:
> Rigel R515JC (http://www.rigelcorp.com/515ctk.htm)
> Phytech litCON-500 (http://www.phytec.com/New%20site/HomeFrameset.html)
> Does anyone know anything about these? Can I use SDCC to program
> them? Is there a rom monitor that I can use on these boards?
> Much thanks,
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