If you have the full source code it can probably be
compiled by SDCC after some conversions. Compiler
endianness is one issue you have to take into account,
the compiler specific keywords are others.
> I've downloaded the TI ZStack (see
> <http://focus.ti.com/docs/toolsw/folders/print/z-stack.html>) to develop
> applications for a board mounting an Intel 8051 (CC2430 TI board). TI
> promotes IAR Embedded Workbench for compiling its ZStack sample
> applications, but I'm wondering if there are any chances to
> compile/simulate them using SDCC...
> I hope to have well-explained, sorry for my English!
> mail: giovanni.lovato@...
> web: http://heruan.my.aldu.net
Maarten Brock wrote:
> If you have the full source code it can probably be
> compiled by SDCC after some conversions. Compiler
> endianness is one issue you have to take into account,
> the compiler specific keywords are others.
Full source code is not available... The language is C++, compiler
directives seem to be exactly the same for gcc. I thought it would be
possibile to include ZStack libraries and compile with SDCC! At least
under Windows since ZStack is only available for it.
And do you think there are any chances to get a ZigBee application
compiled with IAR IDE to be simulated with UCSIM?
Thanks for the attention!
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