I'd like to compile my application in windows targeting the x86 or x86_64
Final goal is to import the code in SL via C-caller
Keil/ARM do not provide an x86 targetted compiler
So what is "your application" ?
So long as it's just standard C, it can be compiled by any C compiler - that's the point of C!
Making it actually work on x86/Windows is another matter ...
Have you looked at QEMU:
Giacomo Gentile said:SL via C-caller
I don't know what they are.
Thanks or your reply my point is to use the same keil project and just change the target. This waht I ws looking for.
An option should be also move to MS Visual studio.
QEMU is always a good idea.
Giacomo Gentile said:use the same keil project and just change the target.
As noted, Keil/ARM do not provide an x86 targetted compiler - so it won't be a matter of just changing Target.
You're going to have to look into how to integrate a 3rd-party compiler into uVision
There is support for using the GCC compiler with uVision - so you might look at that for tips ...
Giacomo Gentile said:An option should be also move to MS Visual studio
In which case you'd be looking for how to integrate a 3rd-party compiler with that. I think that should be fairly well documented; eg, Atmel (now Microchip) Studio is built on MS VS ...
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