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Article #334 (376 is last):
From: aa700@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Michael Current)
>Newsgroups: freenet.sci.comp.atari.spec.8bit,freenet.sci.comp.atari.news
Subject: nasm v20 released
Reply-To: aa700@cleveland.Freenet.Edu (Michael Current)
Posted-By: xx004 (aa700 - Michael Current)
Date: Fri Feb 12 23:25:02 1993




From: wallmann@backus.pu.informatik.th-darmstadt.de (Natuerlich!)


Well I hope everything went well, when I grabbed the source from the
Sun and the binaries from my Atari, but since I am under intense
time pressure and I needed to get this stuff out, finally I have 
released it today.

Just a rundown of the features:

o Crossassembler for 6502
        - produced linkable code
        - code is runtime relocatable, no more Page 6 blues
        - is MAC65 compatible
        - does everything you want, and better than you expect

o Linker         
        - produces Bootsectors (if asked to)
o Librarian

o Mac65 detokenizer

o Disassembler

o Binaryconverter for C64 and AppleII (should work)

o and two or three more goodies.


Binaries provided for Atari ST and Amiga.
Sourced provided, compiles on Unix (HP and SUN tested)
Will probably compile under MSDOS with TC2.0.
Will definetely compile under MSDOS with gcc. I couldn't
provide those binaries, coz M.Reichl didn't send them to
me. Bugger him about it (har). Nah just kidding.
Will not compile with TC3.1++ (that compiler sux bigtime)

If someone manages to compile them for MSDOS, please put
them in the nasm20 folder on atari.archive.umich.edu in
the 8bit directory. They should be moved there pretty 
soon. For German users I put the stuff in ftp.uni-paderborn.de
in incoming/nasm20. Due to a bug they are already fetchable
there (hint). Please put ported binaries there too. Also
please include in your port a statement, that you did this,
since I don't want the fame nor the flames.

If your still doing 6502 development, this is what you
were waiting for. (shameless braggin' eh ?)

Enjoy
        Nat!
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