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Re: S-100 68K CPU board status
I think this manual has a decent procedure for doing a bootstrap for
Here are the actual source code files
I am thinking we can just use TUTOR 1.3 or a custom debug monitor to
load the S records into RAM and then execute the binary image?
Thanks and have a nice day!
On Dec 27, 10:25 am, Mike <m....@pikeaero.com> wrote:
> Yeah, it's too much for small-C, that's for sure.
> However, I have gotten my hands on the complete source code to the
> original Alcyon C compiler that it looks like they where using to
> compile CP/M-68K.
> Given this new find, my objective now is to get the Alcyon C cross
> compiler/assembler and linker running on Linux. It looks like the
> compiler was built originally on VAX or PDP, and perhaps was then ported
> to some flavor of Unix by the looks of it, so this is looking very
> do-able, I'd say.
> Copyright 1982
> Alcyon Corporation
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> San Diego, Ca. 92121
> On 12/27/2011 09:30 AM, Mike wrote:
> > On 12/27/2011 08:51 AM, lynchaj wrote:
> >> Hi! Yes, there are at least two ways we can go to get CP/M-68K
> >> running.
> >> 1. use the cross assembler and small-C compiler to build the loadable
> >> CP/M-68K binary image. This has merit since the CP/M-68K source code
> >> is in C.
> > [clip]
> >> Can you compile the CP/M-68K C source code? Would you please give
> >> that a try and see how far it goes?
> >> Thanks and have a nice day!
> >> Andrew Lynch
> > Sure, I can work on that. I expect that I'll probably have trouble with
> > Small-C though. I expect I would make more progress once I start porting
> > Small-C-Plus to 68K, as it is a much more complete implementation of the
> > K&R 'C' of the time.
> > That was next on my list was to port my Small-C 68K run-time support
> > over to Small-C-Plus and get that operational.
> > Anyway I'll see what there is to see, I've never looked at CP/M source
> > code before, should be interesting.
> > --Mike
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