68010 version of Easy68k (Edit68k)
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Author:  Bruce Mardle [ Sat Oct 18, 2014 4:02 pm ]
Post subject:  68010 version of Easy68k (Edit68k)

Hi, all.
I'm currently (albeit very slowly) building a simple computer based on a 68010. Easy68k seems ideal for me... except that it doesn't support the 68010. I gather that the editor/assembler used to; the relevant instructions seem to be commented out in insttabl.cpp. So, my question is:

Does anyone have a version of Easy68k that can assemble 68010 code?

I've spent an insane amount of time trying to find a copy of Borland C++ Builder 6.0 Professional to build it myself, without success. (I have a copy of version 1, but that can't compile Edit68k. Borland C++ Builder seems to have evolved into Embarcadero C++ Builder, but that can't compile Edit68k either.)

I know the simulator doesn't (and never has) supported the 68010, but that's OK: soon I should have "the real thing" to run my code on!

(I've managed to build a cross GNU assembler but it seems much harder to use for my simple purposes than Easy68k.)

(At a pinch I could probably just define macros in Edit68k for the extra 68010 instructions, especially MOVE CCR, ...)

Author:  Bruce Mardle [ Wed Oct 22, 2014 6:16 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: 68010 version of Easy68k (Edit68k)

Never mind!
I eventually got the approp. C++ Builder installed. Building a version of the editor/assembler with 68010 support was then easy. :D
I could give a copy of it to anyone else who wants one (if that's OK with Professor Kelly).

Author:  profkelly [ Wed Oct 22, 2014 9:26 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: 68010 version of Easy68k (Edit68k)

Yep, that is OK with me.

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