San Bergmans has released SB-Assembler 3
Now written in Python 3, runs on Windows, Linux, Max OS.
New Features Of The SB-Assembler 3
- Will now run on Linux, MAC and Windows machines.
- Written in Python3, a modern multi-platform programming language.
- Source files will be included, allowing you to create your own cross overlays.
- Local labels from other global labels can now be accessed.
- Can now generate warning messages where errors would be inappropriate.
- Include source files can now be nested as deep as you like.
- Separate target spaces for code memory, RAM memory and EEPROM memory.
- The .TA directive can be used to map generated code to the ROM address map easily.
- More room, we can now use Giga bytes, in stead of some 550k bytes to do the job.
- As from Version 3.01 label and macro names may also start with an underscore.
On its way from China, the R65C24. A dropin for a PIA, with a timer.
Part of the IC collection!
During many years I have communicated with Lee Davison, an engineer from Wales. Known for EHBASIC (6502 and 6800 version) and a wide interest in 6502 hardware and software.
On this page I have tried to reconstruct his website. As said, incomplete with regards to the 2013 version, sorry about that. EHBASIC versions are the latest, as they were saved in multiple locations on the web and I have collected diverse sources.
Enjoy and remember an special gifted person, Lee Davison!
In the Facebook group ‘6502 programming’ Joseph Waton published a story about his TIM 1 system and photos.
Keith Howell kindly gave me ocr’ed versions of the Elektuur Junior books.
All four dutch, al four English and he is working on the spanish books.
You can find the documents on the Elektuur Junior page.
Found this website on a search for parts, its a 65sc02 kit much like the Microprofessor 1
http://www.kswichit.com/6502/6502.html. Well documented!
Kits are for sale on ebay.
The author, Wichit Sirichote, has designed a whole range of these kits for Z80, 8080, 6802 etc.
Worth a look.
Aart Bik has started to publish a series if tutorials on programming the (Micro-)KIM on his blog.
Here you will find the collection of publications by the KIM Gebruikersclub, called the KIM Kenner, later 6502 Kenner and at last uPKENNER.
Note that the PDF’s here are in black and white, right order and orientation, from corrected images, without irrelevant pages such as memberlist and non-6502 ads, missing pages added, lower quality rescanned and doubles removed. Contents added by hand!
The August 1975 Cross Assembler manual MOS Technology has been added to the KIM-1 page.
This manual describes the instruction format, directives and how to use the MOS Technology cross assemblers available on the G. E. Timesharing system.