From: Magnus Eriksson (mage2254_at_thedreamer.nospammail.net)
Date: 2005-09-02 11:22:49
I remember a thread here some time back regarding CP/M, and that someone was looking for a "double assembler" similar to the one ("Double-ass"?) available for the C128s native mode, so I thought I should mention here what I just found. http://www.retroarchive.org/cpm/lang/lang.htm [...] M801.COM MACRO-80 with 6502 code gen option via the .6502 directive. [...] I guess this is a patched version of what is mentioned slightly below: [...] M80.COM Microsoft MACRO-80 v3.44 (09-Dec-81) [...] The related news item from the front page: 18Dec00 Added a good version of FTL Modula/2 for CP/M-80 as well as a special version of M80 that will emit 6502 instructions when triggered by a assembly directive. Aztec C v1.06D Professional for CP/M-80 was also added. Looking back at the list archive, it seems the post I was thinking of probably was more than 2.5 years old. Oh well. Perhaps someone is still interested. The assembler in question seems to be nearly 25 years old (at least), so what's a year or two.. :-) It seems that the entire Walnut Creek CDROM (which I remember being mentioned last time I was looking for CP/M stuff) is online too, in cpm/cdrom/ . I don't suppose anyone here would know of some CP/M guide specifically for C128 owners? (or other recent newcomers) I've been able to boot, but knowing the system, setting it up for development and being able to extend it is quite another thing. Have fun, MAgnus Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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