> I've looked at the wytec wice and the teci
> tecice-hc11 on the web. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Don't
> to spend a lot of money and move in the wrong direction.
When I took this position, my boss had a teci ice and was using the same
assembler as you. He is mostly from the old school and not really up on
ice's, source level debugging, etc., and was using the ice very minimally
(in S19 format, I believe). I however, come from the new school where I
feel naked without a good source-level debugger/ice.
At any rate, the teci ice does its job, but there is a gotcha to overcome
first. The teci does not support the same assembly syntax as the 2500AD,
and I had to first write an assembly translator (which runs on the PC)
before I could use the teci in source mode.
If you go that route I will gladly give you the translator. However, I
don't know how thorough it is. I just focused on the incompatibilities
between the way my boss wrote the 2500AD code, which might not be the same
way you do. I will give you the source code (a command line C program) and
you can do whatever you need to it.
Clark G. Smith
"William L. Irvine" wrote:
> Anyone know of a good C compiler, assembler, and emulator for a 68HC11? I
> currently have a really old assembler from 2500AD (now Avocet), but need
> newer tools. I'm dealing with about 16K of assembler code, most of which
> will be reused, but two or more asm. modules will need to be rewritten and
> we want to redo them in C. I've looked at imagecraft, cosmic, and avocet
> demo's so far. I might go with the Avocet tool set because the assembler
> code was written in it and I won't have to reformat the code to match some
> one else's compiler directives, label formats, etc. Also, I'm looking for a
> cheap emulator for the HC11. I've looked at the wytec wice and the teci
Lauterbach do a range, including HC12.
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