On Mon, Feb 19, 2018 at 10:10 AM, megarat <mega...@yahoo.com> wrote: > > So I'm curious about what cross-assemblers people would use today for > developing such software on the M100. Is there a standard "go-to" package > that is used by the Model T community? I noticed GNUSim8085, which seems > intriguing, but I haven't looked at it too closely. > > > VirtualT. There's a rudimentary debugger built in, not source level but that's less important for assembly code since it does show the instructions.
As to assembler, asxxxx (as8085) is freely available. I used Telemark Assembler for HTERM but it is no longer available apparently. It has doesn't have any weird syntax or unused features / complexity to work around. And you'll need rom entry / address definitions. I hacked mine as I went but Willard Goosey supports a more complete out of the box def. -- John.