6800 Development Tools?

eifrig@beanworld.cs.jhu.edu (Jonathan Eifrig)
Mon, 4 Apr 1994 21:49:56 GMT

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From: eifrig@beanworld.cs.jhu.edu (Jonathan Eifrig)
Keywords: assembler, question, comment
Organization: The Johns Hopkins University CS Department
Date: Mon, 4 Apr 1994 21:49:56 GMT

A friend of mine is busily converting an old Bally electomechanical pin-
ball machine to use the electronics of a circa 1980 Williams pinball
controller. The Williams board is based around a 6800, and we need
some sort of development environment to reprogram it.

Does anyone know where I can get a 6800 assembler? Some gas port would
do fine. Of course, a higher level language would be nice, but I hardly
think anyone has ported GCC to the 6800 yet. :-)
Jack Eifrig (eifrig@cs.jhu.edu) The Johns Hopkins University, C.S. Dept.
[I've been getting a lot of requests for assemblers and C compilers for
embedded micros. Does anyone have a list of them? The coverage in the
free compilers list is quite sparse. -John]

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