Hey, all. I've been working on a kind of Saturn SDK, the goal is to make Saturn development as simple and quick to get into as possible (of course, there's still the learning curve of Saturn programming). At the moment, it is just a bare-bones Hitachi SH-2 ELF toolchain; GCC (6.2.0), GMP (6.0.1), MPFR (3.1.5), MPC (1.0.3), binutils (2.27), newlib (2.4.0), GNU Make (4.1), and the Code::Blocks IDE. For Windows, there is also MSYS2. There are still many things left to do, such as generate another compiler for the Motorola chip, include mkisofs, provide a set of sample programs, tutorials, and documentation (reference material, best practices, tutorials/guides) It would be great if anyone wants to contribute to this SDK in any way, whether that be writing documentation, reporting bugs, code samples, or adding features and tools. The build scripts currently run under Linux at the moment. I'm sure with some modification they will work under MacOS, BSD, SunOS, or Windows. You can check them out: Installer Hitachi SH-2 GCC SGL GNU Make Documentation IDE MSYS2 Download Windows 32-bit Windows 64-bit Linux 32-bit Linux 64-bit For the Linux versions, you will need to use chmod to allow yourself read and execute permissions: $ chmod 755 <File>.run Bugs/Improvements Please report any bugs/improvements with the GitHub issues page for each project. For general-purpose suggestions not specific to any tool, create a new thread in the sub-forum Rico's Saturn SDK. If you have created or are currently creating a tool you would like to have included in the SDK, create a repository of your own and start a thread on the sub-forum or message me directly. Thank you.