Can we use gcc compiler to build Software for XE167F-96F in place of c166

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vishal854
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Hi,

I want to develop an SW for XE167F-96F device, but as I can c it uses the Keil c166 compiler. Can I also use GCC compiler to build the SW or can I port the SW so that it can be built using GCC compiler?

 

Thanks,

Vishal

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zzz_3221081
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My company uses an ECU based on a XE22xx controller, which is basically an extension of the C166.

We use Tasking VX, albeit I am not sure if that would be an improvement to Keil's toolchain, both in regard to costs and code quality.

Not sure about free gcc compilers. An equally important point is a toolchain that supports your debug pod, both for programming and debugging. The XE22xx debug interface is not JTAG, I suppose XC166 is the same.

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zzz_3221081
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My company uses an ECU based on a XE22xx controller, which is basically an extension of the C166.

We use Tasking VX, albeit I am not sure if that would be an improvement to Keil's toolchain, both in regard to costs and code quality.

Not sure about free gcc compilers. An equally important point is a toolchain that supports your debug pod, both for programming and debugging. The XE22xx debug interface is not JTAG, I suppose XC166 is the same.

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