Any compiler backend for the Z380?

Discussion in 'C Programming' started by ardi, May 29, 2014.

  1. ardi

    ardi Guest


    Do you know of any backend targetting the Zilog Z380 for any open source C compiler? I know Zilog has its own compiler, but it's Windows-only, and I'd like to compile for the Z380 from any UNIX-like OS.

    For people not knowing what's the Z380, it's code compatible with the Z80, but it's 32bit instead of 8bit. It can address 4GB in a 32bit linear addressing mode, and it adds a few new instructions to the Z80 instruction set.

    I know there're Z80 C compilers like SDCC, but it's an 8bit compiler, and I need to generate code capable of addressing memory in linear 32bit mode.

    Thanks for any hints you could give on this!

    ardi, May 29, 2014
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