[Coco] Software offer and Drive Pak solution
lost at l-w.ca
Sat Sep 18 17:16:26 EDT 2010
On 10-09-18 02:51 PM, Ciaran Anscomb wrote:
> Roger Taylor wrote:
>>> I do wish I had some way to do CoCo development on my Linux box; not
>>> that I currently have the time or a project in mind, much - but
>>> knowing I had that option would be nice. Maybe the Rainbow IDE would
>>> run under Wine?
>> Yes, the Rainbow IDE will run under the Wine Windows emulator in Linux.
> And there are other - perhaps more familiar to a Unix user - ways,
> sans-IDE. Nothing stopping you writing a nice Makefile, and using
> a command line assembler.
> - a09: old project based on native Flex assembler, nice and fast
> - slowish as it's perl, tries to be "like a09 but better"
> - contains mamou, not sure where the docs are though
> - various assemblers, not used them myself
> Of course the syntax accepted will vary between all of them: I like the
> a09- (and thus presumably TSC-) style local labels. mamou doubtless
> does 6309 as I think they build NitrOS-9 with it.
Allow me to add a shameless plug for lwtools, my own contribution to the
6x09 assembler world.
Open source with a Win32 binary as well. Comes with an assembler and
also supports multi-file assembly and linking using a proprietary object
format (which is also documented). It supports local labels, macros,
6309 opcodes, and a few other things.
For the record, I've used mamou and found it to be an excellent program.
It just didn't have all the features I wanted and I kept managing to get
phasing errors. (It's been several years so the phasing error thing may
well be solved.)
lost at l-w.ca
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