TinyC, port to HP

From: Jay West <jwest_at_classiccmp.org>
Date: Fri Oct 10 13:14:42 2003

I am looking for full source code for a *VERY* tiny C compiler written in
any common assembly language. I'm much more concerned with size of the
compiler than functionality/features. Can anyone suggest one or know where
the source might by laying around? I thought I had heard ages ago about some
microcomputer C compilers being well under 32K.

As to how this relates to classiccmp... well.. *blush* I'm actually thinking
of porting C to the HP2100. The whole thing has to fit in 32K of ram,
including drivers, etc. Not sure what OS it will be placed on, perhaps
HP-IPL/OS. Might make a simple native OS for it or might even make it
standalone, not sure yet.

Did I recently post about being overcomitted? heh


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