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mindcooler



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Anyone know of a 6502 assembler you can recommend?

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Post 19 Jan 2011, 02:03
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shoorick



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http://www.6502.org/tools/asm/ - look for FASM there Shocked

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mindcooler



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Being named FASM, clearly it must be superior? Smile
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shoorick



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i do not know Smile i had no ever seen 6502, only had seen once Agat - Soviet clone of Apple-II Smile
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if you are familiar with 6502 and with fasm macros then you can make cross-assembler by yourself with fasm. look how it was made for 8080 or ARM.

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shoorick wrote:
i do not know Smile i had no ever seen 6502, only had seen once Agat - Soviet clone of Apple-II Smile
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if you are familiar with 6502 and with fasm macros then you can make cross-assembler by yourself with fasm. look how it was made for 8080 or ARM.

By "clone" do you mean "unofficial" or "slightly illegal" COPY?
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Surely not Wink

I still have a GENUINE Apple //e

And I had a DOS 6502 cross-assembler once, maybe still on a 5.25 inch floppy disk somewhere. Or an 8" disk? No, just kidding.

Do you really need to use fasm macros? I'm sure I could write a cross assembler using fasm without a single macro Cool (But I'm not volunteering at the moment
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shoorick



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neville wrote:
By "clone" do you mean "unofficial" or "slightly illegal" COPY?
generally, i do not know Smile but quiet possible Smile

neville wrote:
Do you really need to use fasm macros? I'm sure I could write a cross assembler using fasm without a single macro Cool (But I'm not volunteering at the moment
Smile )

i did not ment writing 6502 assembler with fasm. i ment using fasm to assemble 6502 code directly, overriding x86 mnemonics with 6502 mnemonics with help of macros.

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mindcooler



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Hah, your replies makes me want to write an 6502 assembler IDE, as I previously had plans to.. Razz
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