New Hitech C Z80 compiler for Windows/Linux?

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By Edevaldo

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08-08-2018, 23:45

Is there any way to obtain the Hitech-C v7.8PL2 nowadays? They had an archive for download of older versions but no z80/z180 versions are available. I asked one Rep. to see if this is available, but it may take a while to get an answer.

By ARTRAG

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09-08-2018, 15:49

Where can I send it to you?

By NYYRIKKI

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09-08-2018, 17:31

Grauw wrote:

Maybe nice if someone wrote an MSX-DOS emulator for Windows / Mac / Linux… Essentially an unthrottled Z80 emulator with hooks at the BDOS entry points to translate the calls to host OS operations (file access, console I/O). Then software like ASCII-C could be easily and quickly executed from cross-compiling build scripts. Should be a relatively easy project I’d say.

Please see here:
http://hqunix.mynetgear.com:10080/dokuwiki/doku.php?id=msx-d...

By Edevaldo

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10-08-2018, 22:51

Quote:

Where can I send it to you?

Thanks for the reply ARTRAG. You should be able to contact me directly in my contact page. Otherwise email me at edevaldo at gmail.

By praduca

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25-03-2019, 06:29

Edevaldo wrote:

Is there any way to obtain the Hitech-C v7.8PL2 nowadays? They had an archive for download of older versions but no z80/z180 versions are available. I asked one Rep. to see if this is available, but it may take a while to get an answer.

Hi, did you have any answer yet? I remember someone even being able to contact and get support from an old employee, but it was some years from now...

By praduca

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25-03-2019, 06:29

Also, if I could too get this compiler, I will be very happy Tongue

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