Re: [cosmacelf] QELFASM 1802 Cross Platform Multiformat Assembler.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Lee Hart" <leeahart@...>
Sent: Wednesday, January 07, 2004 2:50 AM
Subject: Re: [cosmacelf] QELFASM 1802 Cross Platform Multiformat Assembler.
> richardep20002000 wrote:
> > Well, I think my testers have abandon me. So maybe there are some
> > more people that would like to try my assembler out. So I am going
> > to post it shortly.
> I don't think 'abandon' is the word. If they're like me, they just don't
> have enough spare time to really do it justice.
Yea This could be the problem.
> > Also One Question Has Anyone done any work with the IDOIT/4 Monitor.
> > that does not require the interupt, so it can work with the 1861?
> The IDIOT monitors don't require interrupts. But they can use them if
> you like, to save registers so they can later be restored to resume
> program execution. When you're using it with the 1861, just use the 1861
> interrupt handler.
What I had in Mind was Using it with the netronic tinybasic On my elf II and
does not have serial abilitys
and trying to figure out what other way to triger it with another program
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- I Took a look at the sheets and started writing them down.
turns out there are 32 new op codes and several are 4 bytes with two
I only left room for 3 byte codes in my assembler. They would have to
add a line, like my IL PC op does or come up with someother way.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Dave Ruske <dave@r...> wrote:
> On Jan 6, 2004, at 11:35 PM, richardep20002000 wrote:
> > There Was Mention Of adding 1805 support. How Many additional Op's
> > Are there?
> The 1805/1806 data sheet is here:
> Never worked with one myself, but it appears that there are better
> a dozen instructions added, all beginning with an opcode of 0x68
> of course is the one unused opcode in the 1802's instruction set).