Re: 6502 assemblers and/or debuggers> (Douglas W. Jones)
Thu, 18 Nov 1993 14:59:00 GMT

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From: (Douglas W. Jones)
Keywords: assembler, available
Organization: University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA, USA
References: 93-11-117
Date: Thu, 18 Nov 1993 14:59:00 GMT (Val Kartchner):
> I'm going to be doing crossdevelopment of a 6502 program. The assembly
> language for the 6502 is simple enough, but I would rather port an
> existing assembler than convert my existing assembler to 6502.

I have a 6502 assembler sitting around, available by E-mail to all comers.
It supports macro and conditional features, even, as well as being usable
for linkage editing of object files. It comes with a manual written in
NROFF (that dates it, doesn't it) and it's written in fairly portable ANSI
Pascal. If you want it, I'll E-mail, a uuencoded compressed copy.

Doug Jones

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