Small Device C Compiler
|Developer(s)||Sandeep Dutta and others|
|Stable release||3.4.0 / April 11, 2014|
|Operating system||Linux, Windows, Mac|
The Small Device C Compiler (SDCC) is a free-software, partially retargetable C compiler for microcontrollers. It is distributed under the GNU General Public License. The package also contains a linker, assembler, simulator and debugger. As of March 2007, SDCC is the only open-source C compiler for Intel 8051-compatible microcontrollers. In 2011 the compiler was downloaded on average more than 200 times per day.
Supported target architectures
- Intel 8051 and its derivatives.
- Zilog Z80 and binary compatible derivatives such as the eZ80.
- Zilog Z180.
- Rabbit 2000 and the binary compatible derivative Rabbit 3000.
- Rabbit 3000A and binary compatible derivatives such as the Rabbit 4000.
- Sharp LR35902 (the CPU used in the Game Boy).
- Freescale (Motorola) HC08.
- Freescale S08.
- STMicroelectronics STM8.
- Toshiba TLCS-90.
Work is in progress on:
- Rainer Leupers, Peter Marwedel: "Retargetable Compiler Technology for Embedded Systems: Tools and Applications", page 126. Springer, 2001
- According to a Google search for: 8051 open source C compiler
- SourceForge. "Usage Statistics For Small Device C Compiler". Retrieved 2010-02-16.
- "SDCC - Small Device C Compiler". Retrieved 2013-01-20.
- SDCC home page
- Sandeep Dutta - Anatomy of a Compiler. A Retargetable ANSI-C Compiler. "Circuit Cellar", issue 121, August 2000, page 35
- SDCC Open Knowledge Resource
- A port of FreeRTOS to 8051
- Using SDCC on the AT89C52 (8051 derivative)
- Using SDCC for PIC on Windows with MPLABX
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