Am Sa, den 13.12.2003 schrieb liza&andy um 02:10:
> The old compiler did handle the syntax: for example Sfr P0=0x80 the
> right way.
> The new compiler first reserved Ram space like P0 .ds 1 and so one for
> all special function registers and bits, later it put values to them
> like mov P0,#0x80.
The correct way of defining sfrs in sdcc is like this:
sfr at 0x80 P0;
I never used any different format, but your definition looks as it was
from Keil or so...
> Maybe someone can answer me a question.
> Do the nightly snappshots derive from earlier relised versions or from
> other snappshots ?
Nightly snapshots come directly from CVS, as far as I know. So, you are
using bleeding edge code ;)
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