Hi,
I want to test sdcc for pic14. How/Where can I get headers for pic16f87x?
Thank you!

On 10/28/05, Juan González <juan@iearobotics.com> wrote:
Hi!!

  great!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you very much!! :-)

  We are using the sdcc compiler for the programming of the educational
Skybot robot:

http://www.iearobotics.com/talleres/campusbot-2005/index.html

  The website is in spanish, but you can see the pictures.

  Now we can prepare more advanced examples for the robot ;-)

  thanks again!!

Regards, Juan

El jue, 27-10-2005 a las 21:48 +0200, Raphael Neider escribió:
> Dear SDCC/PIC14 users,
>
> I am really proud to announce that the PIC14 port has seen serious
> improvement over the past few days:
>
> - large quantity of bugs removed
> - generic pointer support added
>    Now `unqualified' pointers are three bytes long, use qualifiers
>    __data or __code to reduce them to two bytes.
>    Pointers to const "variables" are no longer assumed to point to
>    __code space; use __code const int *x instead)
> - better library support has been added
>    Now the PIC14 port provides better support for multi-source file
>    projects (still lacks initialization of variables outside the main
>    module though, bet works nicely with the library).
>    All support routines (generic pointer access, multiplication,
>    division/modulus) should work nicely on a large number of devices
>    without recompiling. All projects must link PIC14's libsdcc.lib to
>    make use of these!
>    (Volunteers may now start porting a libc...)
> - a new command-line switch has been added to disable a (slightly)
>    faulty optimization (--no-pcode-opt).
>    An improved (and correct ;-D) replacement is under development.
>
> Note that .o output from previous SDCC versions will be incompatible
> with new ones due to symbol renaming (arguments/return values are now
> passed on using a location independant `STKn' rather than `s0x<addr>'
> in order to enable library reuse across multiple devices).
>
> I am looking forward to hearing your opinions and bug reports as well as
> pointers to `most wanted features'.
>
> All improvements should be accessible starting with SDCC 2.5.4 #1130.
>
> Regards,
>      Raphael Neider
>
>
>
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