rhermanek at centurytel.net
Tue Mar 1 10:17:48 EST 2016
Thanks for the link Robert. To answer Gene's question, no, the fie is
an actual win32 executable. Copy it into a folder, use it as command
line compiler, no installation necessary. I'm not an ML expert enough
to know if there is a "best" assembler, but this one seems pretty rock
solid to me.
On 3/1/2016 9:04 AM, Gene Heskett wrote:
> On Tuesday 01 March 2016 09:20:57 Robert Gault wrote:
>> Robert Hermanek wrote:
>>> I've been using the CCASM cross assembler for ages... occurs to me
>>> my version 4.0 may no longer be current. Anyone know if this is
>>> still being supported, or if there is an official web page/etc? A
>>> few quick google searches didn't bring up anything more recent than
>> The latest version is 5.82 (4/26/15) which you can get at
>> One major difference is that there is a parameter switch to select
>> 6809 only assembly or both 6809/6309 assembly. If you use this
>> assembler with RainbowIDE, the IDE selection of 6809/6309 is just
>> cosmetic and you must configure the assembler by adding a -6309
>> to the command line if you want to assemble for that cpu.
> I note after grabbing it, and putting it where my coco3 can access it,
> that its extension is .exe. Its also bigger than a 80 track floppy. Am
> I to assume this is some sort of a windows specific package with an
> If thats the case, how do I use it on linux?
> Or is it not practical, having no advantage over the assemblers we
> already have for both linux and the coco's, several 6309 capable asm's
> for the coco's and mamou and lwtools for use on linux?
> Call me curious.
> Cheers, Gene Heskett
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