Re: [cc65] Source code

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From: Ullrich von Bassewitz (
Date: 2002-10-29 10:04:52

On Tue, Oct 29, 2002 at 01:16:03AM +0100, Debrune Jérôme wrote:
> Hum, yes ... I know, but i was thinking that this kind of tool exists   (As a
> robot) ;
> As Trying to go to libsrc/ and get all source files required ...for an asm
> file filled in the tool parameter ....

Such a tool does not exist, and because of the structure of cc65 it would be
very difficult to write one.

However, optimizing/rewriting the code is possible without such a tool by just
knowing what each of the functions does. Quite some library functions were
written in C first and later translated into assembler and optimized. I'm
usually using the C code and translate it into assembler, but it is also
possible to do this with the generated assembler code.

> With lcc65, it generate a source file (I know that lcc65 and cc65 are very
> different).

Which version of lcc is this? All versions I've heard of before seemed to be
vapor ware. Is there really a working lcc that generates code for the 6502?



Ullrich von Bassewitz                        

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