(Most of the C compilers that support the SX chips also support the Microchip PIC chips -- consider merging this "C" section with /techref/microchip/language/cs.htm
This leverages the fact that the SX 18/28 chips are basically clones of PIC 16c5x chips from Microchip.
Start with the PIC C LITE compiler
http://www.htsoft.com/products/compilers/PICClite.php which produces very nice PIC 16C5x code.
Add the AS2SX post-processor to re-optimize the code for the SX chips. This software can be downloaded separately from http://geocities.com/SiliconValley/Station/7733/ AS2SX automaticaly allocates all globals and locals variables and "uses many advanced methods and know-how for bank/page instructions optimization."
You can compile files with HiTech C to AS_source, than assemble and optimize it with AS2SX: C_SOURCE -> PIC_C -> AS_SOURCE -> AS2SX -> Nice_CODE_for_SX.
If you register, you can also download full SX-DEV software version from http://www.svtehs.com, where both HiTech PICL C and AS2SX included.
With this system you can not only compile, but also program SX and debug your application on the C source level. You can write C source code, compile it, program to the target board and debug your application in real-time - all within the same IDE.
New SX/B: Program the SX in Basic!
a free basic compiler gets you to
50MIPS in a high level language.
a Pascal style syntax compiler with a byte code interpreter that will run on many processors
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