3. Gcc is tool chain unless someone wants to take on 32V
take advantage of inline and asm in machine
I wouldn't recommend using the 32V compiler, mainly because there
are so many syntax changes, as well as newer compiler technology,
missing from it as to make it a very challenging project.
There are a couple of options here. One is to use one of the
compilersfrom MIT that will match the code in 32V very closely.
You can google for
these if they aren't already on Warren's site. The other option
is to use LCC. I wouldn't use GCC if I were doing it. (Of course
so these are just suggestions.)>