Hi Peter,
This is really good to know!
Thanks for the answer

On Wed, Feb 13, 2008 at 8:27 PM, Peter Townson <Peter.Townson@unitab.com.au> wrote:



Yes SDCC most certainly does support the Z180 I'm playing with one (HD64180 really, but same difference) in my spare time.


HOWEVER, there is no inherent support for the Memory Management/Bank Switching mechanisms that are available to the Z180/HD64180.


As far as I know (I am happy to be corrected), the SDCC builds are limited to the normal Z80 64K linear address space.  This is not to say that you cannot implement your own methods to make it work for you it will simply take more work.


Peter Townson

From: sdcc-user-bounces@lists.sourceforge.net [mailto:sdcc-user-bounces@lists.sourceforge.net] On Behalf Of Ov3rM1nd
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Subject: [Sdcc-user] Z180



Does sdcc work with Z180? It has the same instruction set of Z80, but
it can address 1mb of memory.

Pedro Henrique.


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