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The best 6510/6502 Cross Assembler?

Hi there, I'm just starting to use a cross assembler.
(Building C64 code on Win2000)
The problem for me is to pick a good cross assembler. I would welcome
any suggestions as to which ones to pick and/or which ones
not to avoid. Some good documentation would help too, both for the
cross assembler and for something akin to a 'best practice guide' or
expert tricks and tips.

Thanks for your help and have a happy new year :-)

bob towers at bob_towers@hotmail.com

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  • big_endianbig_endian Member Posts: 20
    Bob,

    It is getting harder to write programs for the C64/C128 by the day.
    Good cross assembler for the PC that outputs assembly for 6502 / 6510?
    I have one for the 6502 not for the 6510. Granted I know the
    6510 uses 6502 microcode instruction, but the address @ $0000h
    on the memory page is actually called the DDR or Data Direction
    Register. It selects what type of memory model is going to be used
    according to how that is set up. I hope you know what the bits
    mean when it is set up, and what the 6581 (SID),
    6566/67 (VIC / video chip), the dual 6526 (CIAs) do and how to program
    them. I used to do programming on the Commodore series, all of them, I
    started when I was 5 yrs. old and I am now 28. Let me know if
    you are an accomplished Commodore programmer and know the difference
    between Commie ASCII and standard ASCII. Jack made an interesting
    computer series alright. I could possible dig up my old notes,
    and programs I made on the PC for cross assembly.


    : Hi there, I'm just starting to use a cross assembler.
    : (Building C64 code on Win2000)
    : The problem for me is to pick a good cross assembler. I would welcome
    : any suggestions as to which ones to pick and/or which ones
    : not to avoid. Some good documentation would help too, both for the
    : cross assembler and for something akin to a 'best practice guide' or
    : expert tricks and tips.
    :
    : Thanks for your help and have a happy new year :-)
    :
    : bob towers at bob_towers@hotmail.com
    :



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