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val@cs.weber.edu (Val Kartchner)
Wed, 17 Nov 1993 18:10:21 GMT

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From: val@cs.weber.edu (Val Kartchner)
Keywords: question, assembler, debug, comment
Organization: Weber State University, Ogden, UT
Date: Wed, 17 Nov 1993 18:10:21 GMT

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. Is there
an ftp site where I can get an existing 6502 assembler?

I would also like to be able to debug code which is running on the 6502.
This is also simple (in theory), but I have the same question about a 6502
debugger. I can let a 68K machine do the frontend stuff, but I need the
6502 to actually execute the code for testing because not all of its
address space is addressable by the 68K.

Thanks in advance,
-=:[ VAL ]:=-
Weber State University
Ogden UT USA
[There have been discussions of retargetable cross-assemblers but I can't
find them now. I should put the back articles under WAIS. -John]

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