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Compiling C/C++ to MIPS ASM on a Windows computer

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Ok, so I want to generate MIPS ASM from C/C++ code. I tried using
binutils through cygwin but that just plain doesn't work. Microsoft
Visual C++ is refusing to do it... Does anybody have a free compiler
which will run on windows and generate MIPS ASM from my C code.

Thanks ahead of time,
Shell

Apr 23 '06 #1
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sh****@gmail.com wrote:
Ok, so I want to generate MIPS ASM from C/C++ code. I tried using
binutils through cygwin but that just plain doesn't work. Microsoft
Visual C++ is refusing to do it... Does anybody have a free compiler
which will run on windows and generate MIPS ASM from my C code.

Probably your best bet is to enquire on a gcc group about building a
cross-compiler.

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Ian Collins.
Apr 23 '06 #2

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