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re: C/C++ compiler help
jdeeter   12/19/2011 10:10:12 PM
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I am trying to use a KEIL compiler, because this is what I am told is needed. I can get small programs to run on it but when I try the larger programs the compile option is grayed out.

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Silicon_Smith   11/27/2011 6:07:41 PM
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Could you elaborate a bit? Which compiler have you downloaded and what's the size constraint? There are some compilers available for free download which do not have a size constraint but an expiry period, like a few days or so. If you just want to verify whether the code you have is correct or not, it would be the way to go.

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C/C++ compiler help
jdeeter   11/23/2011 7:26:00 PM
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I am need of help. I am working on a project that has a AT89C51ED2-RLTIM IC. I am trying to see if I have to original source code, by taking the files that I have and compile them. Once compiled I will load them into the unit to see if it operates the same. The problem I having is we do not do this work that often so spending big money on a compiler is not really the route we want to go. I have downloaded several FREE compilers form the internet. As you probably know they only support so much memory and evidently the .c files I have are larger that what is supported. Does anyone know of a free compiler I can download that will work for me, or is there any companies out there I can send my files to and have them compiled for me? Thanks for your time, Josh



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