Macross 6502, running on 68k Suns

23/01/2016 - 19:47 von usenet | Report spam
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»There are many MOS 6502 cross-assemblers available. Here's a new one.
Or actually a very old one. "Macross", a very powerful 6502 macro
assembler, which was used to create Habitat, Maniac Mansion and Zak
McKracken, was developed between 1984 and 1987 at Lucasfilm Ltd. and is
now Open Source (MIT license)«

»The client software was developed on a 68K-based Sun workstation
running the SunOS variant of Unix using cross-development tools that
Chip Morningstar, the project lead, specifically developed for this
project: The "Macross" assembler and the "Slinky" linker.«

Grüße
Götz
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#1 B.Eckstein
25/01/2016 - 09:37 | Warnen spam
Goetz Hoffart schrieb:
http://www.pagetable.com/?p„8

»There are many MOS 6502 cross-assemblers available. Here's a new one.
Or actually a very old one. "Macross", a very powerful 6502 macro
assembler, which was used to create Habitat, Maniac Mansion and Zak
McKracken, was developed between 1984 and 1987 at Lucasfilm Ltd. and is
now Open Source (MIT license)«

»The client software was developed on a 68K-based Sun workstation
running the SunOS variant of Unix using cross-development tools that
Chip Morningstar, the project lead, specifically developed for this
project: The "Macross" assembler and the "Slinky" linker.«

Grüße
Götz



Ich kenne nur den Madmac für den Atari ST, mit dem man auch 6502-Code
(für 8Buitter und die Spielekonsolen) schreben konnte. Den hab' ich
gerne genutzt, weil rattenschnell.

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