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active  Topic # 918  Assembler for Sharp Pocket Computers

10/12/2003 @ 17:58
by Edgar


Hello all!

There is a new version (4.0) of the ASxxxx Cross Assemblers written from Alan R. Baldwin,
Kent State University, Kent, Ohio. They support many microprocessors and operating system platforms.
I have made a port for the SC61860 (CPU of many Sharp pocket computers). The as61860 assembler is now
integrated into the download bundle from Alan R. Baldwin and can be downloaded at

AFAIK this is the one and only multi- plattform cross assembler for the SC61860 which has a linker
and supports programming in multiple modules.



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Answer n° 1
02/01/2004 @ 12:07
by aldweb


Thank you Edgar for this information.
I know that you are very much in favor of ASxxxx, and you are right. This is really a great tool.

For those of you who would not like ASxxxx (this might happen), you can also access to 2 other macro-assembler tools for the SC61860 (lucky you, such a choice for such old devices):
1. my own PockASM (look in Projects, VI.4.)
2. PocketASM from my friend Simon (which uses the same macro-assembler engine as PockASM, but provides better editor functions)
These are just 2 hobby tools, don't ask too much enhancements for them

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Answer n° 2
19/01/2004 @ 13:49
by destroyedlolo


There is also another assembler for Sharp pocket on my own web site.
I wrote it many year ago for Amiga, but it runs now also on UNIX like system.
Have a look on my own web site
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