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IAR v/s KEIL for 8051

Started by Unknown June 30, 2005
Keil and IAR are great tools, but have you considered  alternatives?

http://sdcc.sourceforge.net/
http://www.dunfield.com/dks.htm
Dunfield 8051 Tools

On Thu, 30 Jun 2005 09:23:15 +0200, "Mehta Shailendrakumar"
<shailendrakumar.mehta@de.bosch.com> wrote:
>I will be using 8051 based micro-controller for my project. >I want to choose C complier for it between Keil and IAR. >Anybody who has experience on these compilers please help me in doing this >and share your experiences with these compilers. Let me also know any >benchmarks, comparisons >about the performances of these compilers. >Thank you. >Regards, Shailendra
In article <42c6b098.4549792@news-server.indy.rr.com>,
AntiSPAM_g9u5dd43@yahoo.com writes
>Keil and IAR are great tools, but have you considered alternatives? > >http://sdcc.sourceforge.net/
Not for serious work.
>http://www.dunfield.com/dks.htm >Dunfield 8051 Tools
Keil recommend (or used to) this one for non-serious applications.
> >On Thu, 30 Jun 2005 09:23:15 +0200, "Mehta Shailendrakumar" ><shailendrakumar.mehta@de.bosch.com> wrote: >>I will be using 8051 based micro-controller for my project. >>I want to choose C complier for it between Keil and IAR. >>Anybody who has experience on these compilers please help me in doing this >>and share your experiences with these compilers. Let me also know any >>benchmarks, comparisons >>about the performances of these compilers. >>Thank you. >>Regards, Shailendra >
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On Sat, 2 Jul 2005 19:50:15 +0100, Chris Hills <chris@phaedsys.org>
wrote:

>In article <42c6b098.4549792@news-server.indy.rr.com>, >AntiSPAM_g9u5dd43@yahoo.com writes >>Keil and IAR are great tools, but have you considered alternatives? >> >>http://sdcc.sourceforge.net/ > >Not for serious work. > >>http://www.dunfield.com/dks.htm >>Dunfield 8051 Tools > >Keil recommend (or used to) this one for non-serious applications.
As the "Technical Support" page doesn't seem to have been updated since their fax problems in March 2003, they might possibly not be the most responsive vendor on the planet. Maybe Ontario Telephone is still working on repairing the cut phone line? -- Rich Webb Norfolk, VA