A new release of SDCC, the portable optimizing compiler for STM8, MCS-51, DS390, HC08, S08, Z80, Z180, Rabbit, SM83, eZ80 in Z80 mode, Z80N, TLCS-90, 6502, Padauk and PIC microprocessors is now available. Sources, documentation and binaries for GNU/Linux amd64, Windows amd64, macOS amd64 and Windows x86 are available.
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Besides the numerous bug fixes here is a list of the important changes since the release 3.2.0 (list taken from SDCC website):
Our staff has been working with Freescale to negotiate the release of S08 header files under a free software license to allow their inclusion in the SDCC distribution.
After more than one year of work and the superstar effort of Jim Trudeau at Freescale we finally received the package under the BSD 3-clause license.
The SDCC team has been quite busy lately and they managed to put out yet another great release of the best free software compiler for microcontrollers. Version 3.2.0 adds S08 support (making our staff incredibly happy) and revives the support for gbz80.
Besides the numerous bug fixes here is a list of the important changes since the release 3.1.0 (list taken from SDCC website):
After about a year of development and 3 release candidates, the SDCC team has released the new 3.1.0 version of this great multi platform cross compiler for MCUs. This version supports: 8051, DS390, Z80, HC08, and PIC MCUs.
Besides the numerous bug fixes here is a list of the important changes since the release 3.0.0 (list taken from SDCC website):
The freescale S08JS series is one of the lowest cost microcontrollers with a hardware USB implementation. The availability of free C development tools (SDCC and Codewarrior) make the S08JS a great candidate to develop all sorts of inexpensive USB gadgets. microJS is a fully functional S08JS minimal system on a PCB less than a square inch. The board headers can be plugged into a breadboard for prototyping or soldered to another PCB for a permanent placement.