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Developer(s)Dominic Morris et al.
Initial release1998; 23 years ago (1998)
Stable release
2.1 / February 2021; 4 months ago (2021-02)
Written inANSI C
Operating systemMultiplatform
TypeCross compiler
LicenseArtistic License

Z88DK is a Small-C-derived cross compiler[1] for a long list of Z80 based computers.[2][3] The name derives from the fact that it was originally developed to target the Cambridge Z88.[4] Z88DK is much developed from Small-C and it accepts many features of ANSI C with the notable exception of multi-dimensional arrays and prototyped function pointers. Later version also supports SDCC as compiler.

It has been used for many software and hardware projects, notably the REX DK (targeted to the REX 6000 platform) and the S1 SDK (targeted to the S1 MP3 Player) teams.

The compiler is highly portable, and is known to be run on AmigaOS, BeOS, HP-UX 9, Linux, BSD, Mac OS X, Solaris, Win64, Win32, Win16 and MS-DOS.

Supported target platforms[edit]

As of the time of writing Z88DK supports the following target platforms:[2]

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