Other Native Symbolic Assemblers

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Other Native Symbolic Assemblers

Postby randolph.pickle » Wed Dec 16, 2015 12:47 pm

Hi everyone.

Before I ask my question, I must warn you that I don't want to be lectured on the benefits of cross development. I understand them fully. I also enjoy machine language programming and creating programs on my VIC. :D

Anyways...

I've been doing research into native assemblers that I could run on my VIC. I've found:

Develop-20 (tape version only)
LADS (very limited syntax and takes a good 9 minutes to assemble itself)
Assam (a port of the PAL assembler for the C64 with no source code)
Mikro Assembler
VASM (unfinished?)

I was wondering if there where any other symbolic assemblers for the VIC that I might not have stumbled upon yet.

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Re: Other Native Symbolic Assemblers

Postby groepaz » Sat Dec 19, 2015 11:26 am

just wondering - do those run on unexpanded vic20? it seems that a half decent assembler would easily fill that memory all by itself... :)

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Re: Other Native Symbolic Assemblers

Postby randolph.pickle » Sat Dec 19, 2015 7:20 pm

The only one that will run on the unexpanded VIC is Develop-20. Though, you could put Assam or Mikro Assembler on a cartridge if you wanted to and run them without expanded memory.

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Re: Other Native Symbolic Assemblers

Postby pixel » Sun Dec 20, 2015 2:15 am

Is "Develop-20" the "French Silk Assembler" by any chance?
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Re: Other Native Symbolic Assemblers

Postby randolph.pickle » Sun Dec 20, 2015 11:10 am

Yes. And in my opinion, it is a marvel of BASIC programming :D.


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