Getting Started with GCC-1750

C/C++ Compilation System for Spacecraft Microprocessors


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Table of Contents
About this Guide
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1. Installing GCC-1750
1.1. Before You Proceed
1.1.1. System Requirements
1.1.2. Package Contents
1.2. Installing on GNU/Linux
1.3. Installing on Sun/Solaris
1.4. Installing on Microsoft Windows
1.5. Checking the Installation
1.6. Where to Go from Here
2. Basic Techniques
2.1. Hello World
2.1.1. Preparing a Simple C Program
2.1.2. Compiling a Simple Program
2.2. Using the Simulator
2.3. Compiler Options
2.4. Simulator Options
3. Advanced Techniques
3.1. Interrupt Handling
3.2. Using Optimizations
3.3. Using a Custom Start-file
3.4. Generating PROM Programming Files
3.5. Using the Debugger
3.6. Working with the Target
3.6.1. How to Down-load the Debug Monitor
3.7. Expanded Memory
4. Questions and Answers
A. Installation Files