Re: [stella] COmpiler questions

Subject: Re: [stella] COmpiler questions
From: "Eric Ball" <ericball@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 25 Nov 2003 21:31:56 -0500
> For instance, I have been using DASM for my experimentation, but I'm
> inferring that there are many mroe options for a compiler that I'm just
> thinking of. Have been to a ton of sites over the past 6 months, and I'm
> sure I've seen the other choices, but I'm drawign a blank.
> Therefore I have two questions:
> 1a: WHat other good, rigorous 2600-compat assemblers are there, and what
> everyone using? Recommendations?
> 1b: If this has been covered in depth, please send me to an existing FAQ.

First, they aren't compilers, they are (macro) assemblers.  Although DASM is
the popular choice (and will become more as people develop & use the
macro.h), you can use any 6502 assembler which can generate a raw
(headerless) binary.

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