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I am exploring STC 8051 MCU and writing up

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technix:
STC 8051 MCUs are cheap (even their highest end chip costs less than a US dollar,) I believe someone here may be interested. I decided to explore it, despite my primary workhorse microcontroller is still AVR and ARM.



So far I have done the follwoing explorations:


* Explore the STC product portfolio
* Check if it is not the old school 12T core
* Samples from STC and some not-so-trivial code
* Bug solved
* Timing code rewritten
If you have any ideas that I can look into for you please tell me.

obiwanjacobi:
Perhaps a post dedicated to the IDE and the compilers available?

miceuz:
Do you work under Linux? What toolchain do you use?


--- Quote from: technix on October 26, 2016, 06:43:42 pm ---STC 8051 MCUs are cheap (even their highest end chip costs less than a US dollar,) I believe someone here may be interested. I decided to explore it, despite my primary workhorse microcontroller is still AVR and ARM.

So far I have done the follwoing explorations:


* Explore the STC product portfolio
* Check if it is not the old school 12T core
* Samples from STC and some not-so-trivial code
If you have any ideas that I can look into for you please tell me.

--- End quote ---

eugenenine:
(link blocked at work)  Are these the same as the old Intel 8051?

ebclr:
They are 8051

You can chose from a lot of IDE's

Keil is the default option, but have a lot of options for any tasty


http://www.keil.com/c51/c51.asp
http://www.mikroe.com/mikroc/8051/
http://sdcc.sourceforge.net/
http://www.rigelcorp.com/reads51.htm
http://www.raisonance.com/8051-compiler.html
http://www.crossware.com/i8051/Compiler

Only to show a few


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