Re: [stella] DASM and IDE

Subject: Re: [stella] DASM and IDE
From: "John Saeger" <john@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 19 Oct 2001 16:03:41 -0700
Sorry for replying to myself.  ;-)  But the funny license that DASM has, is
one of the reasons I ported the 6502 assembler to DOS that can be found

It is a very primitive assembler compared to DASM.  In particular it has no
macro facility.  But if somebody wanted to make a project out of it, this
might be a good place to start.  There are no restrictions on redistributing
the source code to new versions.


John Wrote:

> Well the reason I never did anything more with it (if memory serves me) is
> that DASM has a funny license.  Technically, you can't redistribute
> source code or make a new version.  So I uploaded only the one file so
> people who were interested in it could make their own version.  I think
> idea of having one version with one person in charge is a good idea, but
> not sure the license allows for it.  I think that's why everybody *rolls
> their own*.

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