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NAME

       z88dk - The z88 Development Kit.

DESCRIPTION

       The  z88  Development Kit (hereafter known as z88dk) is an advanced set
       of tools allowing the production of  complex  programs  for  z80  based
       computers  in either C or assembly language.  The name z88dk originates
       from the time when the project  was  founded  and  targetted  only  the
       Cambridge z88 portable.
       The libraries supplied with z88dk are designed  to  be  as  generic  as
       possible,  indeed  it  is  possible  to port to a new machine simply by
       supplying two library routines and some startup code. It is hoped  that
       one  day  z88dk  will  support  as  many z80 based machines as there is
       information available and sufficient interest in.

       z88dk contains usable tools:

       ·  zcc - the frontend of z88dk is called  zcc,  it  is  this  that  you
          should call if you want to do any compilations.

       ·  z80asm - Z80 assembler compiler

       ·  copt - Z80 asm optimizer code

       ·  appmake  -  produce files which are suitable for use in emulators or
          on the real hardware

       ·  sccz80 - Small-C/Plus compiler

SEE ALSO

       z88dk(1),  z88dk-zcc(1),  z88dk-z80asm(1),   z88dk-appmake(1),   z88dk-
       copt(1).

AUTHOR

       z88dk  was written by Dominic Morris <dom@z88dk.org>, and others.  This
       manual page was written by Krystian Wlosek  <tygrys@waw.pdi.net>  using
       exists documentation, for the Debian GNU/Linux system.

                               01 December 2009                       z88dk(1)



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