The Windows package is an i386 executable program that contains
the complete GNU Development Chain distribution for 68HC11 and 68HC12.
It was created
by Inno Setup. You just need to execute that program.
It will open a graphical window and will ask you where to install
the compiler. Release 2.2 requires arround 60Mb.
After the installation, you must setup your path to access the
compiler executables (the tool chain).
If you need help setting your path, try the following.
On Windows NT, select Start/Settings/Control Panel/System/Environment
and edit your path. For Windows 95/98, edit your autoexec.bat file.
If you already have a line that starts with PATH or SET PATH, add the
bin directory to your list or you can add the
following after the line that sets your path in autoexec.bat:
- There is a bug in the gcc front-end that forbids the use
of a drive specification in the installation path. If you
pass such drive specification to winstall.exe it will
- You can move the directory where you installed the cross
development tools. In that case, you must re-configure
by launching winstall.exe.