Cross compiler for PIC and hc11

Cross compiler for PIC and hc11

Post by watsm » Thu, 13 Aug 1998 04:00:00

I am looking for a cross compiler for pic and hc11 processors. Can
anybody point me in the right dirtection?


Willem J. Atsma



1. To "-pic" or not to "-pic"....

I'm using the SC4.0 C++ and C compilers to develop a project with
several individual libraries.  These libraries are built into both
archives and shared libs.  The archives are used in linking some
executables static, while the shared libs are used to link others

I have been told that I MUST use the -pic (or -Kpic for "C") flag when
compiling for shared libs.  On the other hand, I've been told that I
will pay a noticable performance penalty if I build static executables
from objects that have been compiled with -pic.

It seems to me that this means I must do two different compiles of each
module, one with the -pic for shared lib development, and one without
for static module builds.  Otherwise, my statics will be slower.

Is this correct, or am I missing something?

Thanks in advance!!

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