Hi, no I had not seen this one :) apparently it includes a version ready for $9000 tested, not working, probably due to my editor rom... (I have a custom editor rom built with Steve kit) I have to patch... thanks On 08/10/2016 13:24, Rhialto wrote: > On Sat 08 Oct 2016 at 12:57:35 +0200, didier derny wrote: >> any machine monitor runing in $9000 or $a000 available for the commodore >> 8032 ? >> I tried the one from vice but not working... on my machine... >> I mean something with assembler and disassembler.... >> I would like to write some small test sequences for my vga board... >> >> I checked zimmers but have not found anything that looks suitable... > Did you try > http://www.zimmers.net/anonftp/pub/cbm/programming/kosmon.zip ? > > It's source (to assemble with DASM; you can create versions for several > PET versions and C64 at any address) but contains a few pre-assembled > versions too, including kosmon$9-8032.prg. It can't be put in ROM though > without changing the location of some variable storage (which is at the > end of the memory range it uses). > > With all features enabled it is slightly over 4K but you can turn some > off to reduce it. It can even live under ROM in the C64 and have a > little initialisation code "stick out from under it" to enter it. > > It's pretty powerful: you can access (assemble and disassemble) memory > in the disk drive too! It automatically uses M-R and M-W commands to do > that. In memory and assembly displays you can scroll up and down through > them (with the cursor keys at the top/bottom screen line). > > -Olaf. Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2016-10-08 12:00:02
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