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(Boriel's Basic Cross Compiler)
Revision as of 12:56, 7 January 2012
Boriel's Basic Cross Compiler (former Boriel's ZXbasic-Compiler) is a flexible cross-compiler allowing to convert ansi-basic into assembly, and compile this assembly convert into a binary file (just like image roms or tapes used from emulators).
A project like this is really needed for Uzebox project because this tool is extremely efficient, and allows development in a much more faster and simpler way than coding in Assembly or C.
This project started having multiple hardware target flexibility (the first one were ZX-Spectrum), which means someone can understand how it works, can easily adapt it to compile to Atmega/Uzebox specs.