I have an application developed with an old version. Will it compile properly with the latest version?Submitted by Kirk Zurell on Tue, 2007-11-20 21:01. C38 | C6805 | C6808 | COP8C | Cypress C | eTPU_C | Fuzz-C | MPC | support | SXC | Z8C
Yes. If you have written your program according to our recommended practices in the product documentation, upgrading should be seamless. All Byte Craft Limited Code Development Systems have backward compatibility with previous language constructs.
- Improvements in the compiler can alter the generated code; this may impact your testing.
- Device header files may change between versions. If you've written customized device header files, they may require some revision. Simply examine the stock headers that we ship with the product.
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It is possible to fill an area of the 6805's ROM with a particular value and set an interrupt vector to point to the initialization at the start of the program which comes before the
main() function. This method can easily be extended to use any value or series of values.
The C6805 Code Development System supports all Freescale MC68HC05 microcontrollers.
The C6805 Code Development System includes:
an optimizing C Cross-compiler.
the BCLink linker.
an Integrated Development Environment and editor.
a built-in macro cross-assembler.
C6805 Code Development System V4.50 and subsequent support the MMEVS05 and MMDS05 directly, without additional software. For C source level debugging on the MMEVS05 and MMDS05, add the following lines to your source program:
#pragma option v; // to produce extra debugging information #pragma option s5; // map file to step through the C source //or #pragma option s6; // map file to step through the listing file
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