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31403Re: TASM for 6800 assembly

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  • s100doctor
    Jun 23, 2013
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      > On Sun, Jun 23, 2013 at 9:28 AM, B Degnan <billdeg@...> wrote:
      > > Thank you very much. Now I understand. I thought TASM was the go-to
      > > assembler for any processor, I see at least for 6800's it's simply easier
      > > to use something more MIKBUG compatible, and now I understand why things
      > > are the way they are. I only know the coding part, how to read the
      > > instructions themselves.

      Dan Roganti <ragooman@...> wrote:
      > >
      > You should get the AS68 cross-assembler, I posted it online. Plus a nice
      > Motorola book about 6800 programming.
      > http://www.rogtronics.net/blog/?p=255
      > Dan

      I have also found that not all assemblers are equal. It's convenient to have an assembler in source form, so it can be modified to suit a particular bunch of code that's written for some particular assembler not available now.

      Blah blah blah...


      has a section "Web links to related 6800" where I point to my version of an AS68 assembler in C, which I compiled for MS-DOS. "I took some time in Nov 2011, to revive William Colley's 6800 cross assembler A68..."


      I also tinkered with a general cross-assembler in C, with macro support, which covers several microprocessors, and which I've also compiled for MS-DOS, called ASMX:


      OK? C compilers for old 16-bit MSDOS include Turbo C. 32-bit MS-DOS (for Win 2K's DOS box) is supported by lcc-win32. These are freely available.

      Herb Johnson
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