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There is also the TLD compiler. Currently Ada83 but Ada95 based on Gnat is in pipeline.
The TLD Ada83 compiler has been (and is being) used for European spacecraft, e.g. ISO, SOHO, Huygens, XMM, Integral, Rosetta etc.

Primary host is Sun/Solaris - other hosts are supported. I am not sure but the 1750B target could also be supported (includes unsigned arithmetic).

64Kword memory limitation is a problem, but then good quality efficient code can be written. The ISO AOCS SW (including full SW autonomy) fitted in less than this - both code and data; and there was room for a major post-operations SW update!

Contact point is Terry Dunbar at [log in to unmask]


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From:   Bob Luten
Sent:   Tuesday, October 30, 2001 3:56 PM
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Subject:        Cross compilers for 1750?

I've just received an inquiry regarding the availability of cross compilers
for 1750 processors.  Can anybody give me a quick indication of any such
compilers currently in the marketplace, along with the host processor/OS
environment it/they require?

  -- Bob, in the hills northeast of San Jose --



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