[Coco] Bud Pass programs

Salvador Garcia salvadorgarciav at yahoo.com
Mon Sep 12 12:06:04 EDT 2016

This is exciting. I am an interested, party, but with so much going on, I have not had the chance to get to these programs and don't know when, but everything comes around at the time it is supposed to :-) Thanks for your efforts in giving new life to these utilities. Salvador

      From: Dave Philipsen <dave at davebiz.com>
 To: CoCoList for Color Computer Enthusiasts <coco at maltedmedia.com> 
 Sent: Sunday, September 11, 2016 12:16 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.


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