[Coco] Bud Pass programs

Bill Pierce ooogalapasooo at aol.com
Sun Sep 11 10:21:15 EDT 2016

Dave, that's really cool news. I wish Bud would've sent you all the Coco stuff as well. There were RSDOS and OS9 versions of most of the assemblers and disassemblers. We have the OS9 disassembler, which I prefer over all the OS9 disassemblers. It's ability to create the data areas, then view your work, then make corrections, while never leaving the program, is worth it's weight in gold in disassemblers.


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-----Original Message-----
From: Dave Philipsen <dave at davebiz.com>
To: CoCoList for Color Computer Enthusiasts <coco at maltedmedia.com>
Sent: Sun, Sep 11, 2016 1:17 am
Subject: [Coco] Bud Pass programs

For those of you not interested in the old utilities including cross assemblers, disassemblers and more please delete this message or ignore it.For those who are interested, I have just received a treasure trove of stuff from Bud.  Some of it is a duplication of the programs I already posted links for earlier but some is new stuff I had not seen before.  In addition to the 6809, 6801, 6502, 8048, and 8051 cross assemblers it looks like we will also have  a 68k, Z80, 1805, 6804, 6805, 8085, and Z8 cross assemblers.  Also it appears there are disassemblers for all of the aforementioned CPUs and, as a bonus, a 68K C compiler.  There also appears to be documentation for the programs.It will take me awhile to sort through this stuff so bear with me. Additionally, if you didn't get a chance to download the other stuff you'll have to wait a bit as I am currently in a transition stage on my server, 6809er.com.  I'm not sure if I'm going to keep the domain or not so when I get around to posting all of the links again they may be available on a different server.My ultimate goal would be to get some of these ported to Linux and OS9 as there are some source files I have acquired as well.  Once again, most of this stuff is for nostalgia's sake just like all of the old games and utilities we enjoy using on our CoCo.  I'm not trying to impute any particular value to this stuff but I can say that traditionally Bud's stuff has been very stable and useful.  I'm sure I have written tens if not hundreds of thousands of lines of code that has been processed through some of these utilities mostly for embedded systems where the target does not contain an operating system and thus I wouldn't have had the ability to develop on a native platform.Dave-- Coco mailing listCoco at maltedmedia.comhttps://pairlist5.pair.net/mailman/listinfo/coco

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