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James Hinnant
02/16/18 14:51
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Silicon Valley
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#190847 - Small Device C Compiler 'sdcc' (free)
Responding to: Razman Ramedan's previous message
Hi Razman

The Small Device C Compiler ('sdcc') is free, and includes the 8051 as a target. According to the wikipedia page, it was used by FreeRTOS to port their RTOS to an 8051 variant.

The wiki page only shows a message "Project web is currently offline pending the final migration of its data to our new datacenter.", but the top-level page is available on the Wayback Machine at archive.org, so you may be able to find documents there, and any other related pages that are missing. (The Wayback Machine last took a snapshot of the wiki page on Jan. 15th, at which date the above placeholder message was not present.)

I didn't see a C tutorial, but there is a Tutorials page (1) with links to other sites' tutorials, such as a LED-toggle exercise targeted at multiple 8051 dev boards (2): (1) https://web.archi...C_tutorial (2) http://www.colecovision.eu/mcs51/

https://sourceforge.net/p/sdcc/code/HEAD/tree/

https://web.archi.../Main_Page

https://en.wikipe...C_Compiler

http://sdcc.sourceforge.net/mediawiki.../Main_Page
Project web is currently offline pending the final migration of its data to our new datacenter.



List of 8 messages in thread
TopicAuthorDate
C language tutorial for 8051/8052      Razman Ramedan      11/29/17 06:56      
   what do you need?      Erik Malund      11/30/17 06:26      
   What do you need?      Andy Neil      12/05/17 01:43      
   Small Device C Compiler 'sdcc' (free)      James Hinnant      02/16/18 14:51      
      ucSim, free 8051 simulator for Unix/DOS      James Hinnant      02/19/18 13:03      
      A bit late      Andy Neil      02/20/18 02:37      
         threads autolocking at approx. 2 months      James Hinnant      02/20/18 16:50      
            threads auto-lock after about 2 months      Andy Neil      02/21/18 03:13      

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