Looking for: 68000 C compilers

Tom Uban tom at figureeightbrewing.com
Wed Feb 6 13:45:57 CST 2019

I have a copy of the source for a set of 68k tools (compiler, assembler, loader, etc)
which was based on work done by Chris Terman at MIT. This work was done back in
the mid 80s, so some work is likely needed to compile with modern tools. Let me
know if you would like a copy.

On 2/6/19 10:27 AM, Ethan Dicks via cctalk wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 6, 2019 at 9:08 AM Phil Pemberton via cctalk
> <cctalk at classiccmp.org> wrote:
>> I'm (still) trying to reverse-engineer a ton of M68K ROM code which was
>> apparently compiled with a circa-1990 C compiler.
> I used to do a lot of m68k ROM code development c. 1985-1993...
>> Does anyone have copies of any of the following -- or any other C
>> compilers for the 68K which were around at that time?
>>    * Lattice C
> Yes.  For AmigaDOS...
>>    * Anything not on this list ;)
> We rolled our own m68k cross assembler that ran on VMS, twice - one
> was a very simple, unsophisticated assembler that just took blocks of
> code and banged out a monolithic OBJ, and later, a fancier one with
> relocatable blocks and multiple sections that produced more of a
> "loader format" for linking multiple entities together.    I have the
> source for these but they are definitely K&R C and may have some file
> routines that would have to be lightly massaged out of VMS-isms.
> -ethan

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