Serious programming requires a Sirius assembler.
- 4/02 Added v2.1 -- bug fixes, jammon 4.2, ctrl-h for online help.
- 3/01 Added v2.0!
- 1/30 Added v0.99
- 1/23 v0.9
Sirius is a 65816 development system for the SuperCPU. It is based
on El Cheapo Assembler and has numerous features and improvements, including:
It requires a SuperCPU with SuperRAM to run (you can use El Cheapo if you
don't have SuperRAM). Several programs have been successfully developed
using Sirius/El Cheapo, including obj3d, jpx/y/z, and Sirius itself.
- integrated editor/assembler/monitor
- jammon v4.1 (full-featured single-stepping, 24-bit load/save, etc.)
- editor designed specifically for writing 65xx code
- simultaneously edit up to eight files of arbitrary size
- a linker, for serious project development
- clean restart ability (e.g. after machine crashes).
Version 2.0 fixes a lot of bugs and adds a number of new features and
enhancements. I wrote this for the 2000 Chicago Expo, but never uploaded
it here -- sorry! See the version.notes file for
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Stephen L. Judd