|Z80 translator firstname.lastname@example.org (Gordon Abbott) (1999-01-15)|
|Re: Z80 translator email@example.com (1999-01-17)|
|Re: Z80 translator firstname.lastname@example.org (Gerard Krupa) (1999-01-17)|
|Date:||17 Jan 1999 20:47:07 -0500|
"Gordon Abbott" <email@example.com> writes:
>Does anyone know of a program which will translate z80 assembly language
>source into 68000 or some other "newer" processor's instruction set?
I am sending you by e-mail an Algol-60 program which does
Z80->8086. It's table driven so I am sending the table also. It was
used to port an Algol system from the Z80 to MSDOS. Some hand working
was required afterwards, but the bulk of the code needed no changes. I
know I did a table for a different machine to 68000, but I have lost
it. I expect you could make a table for direct conversion to 68000.
The Algol system itself can be downloaded from the web site. Designed
to be usable with paper tape, it runs like greased lightning on todays
machines. The I/O is all well behaved, using BDOS calls only, so it
should run in any DOS box.
RHA (Minisystems) Ltd.
Windows shareware, DDE tools, Algol60
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