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PostPosted: Tue Aug 06, 2013 8:41 am 
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I was wondering what programming environments for the 68k people had used in the early years of the processor.
I did programming in assembler on an Amiga for example (with frequent Guru meditations!), as well as in the fantastic Avante-Garde Software's Benchmark Modula-2.

I remember briefly at college coming across an IDE supporting assembler language for the original Macintosh. I'm guessing, for example, there might have been some good IDEs on the Mac, Amiga, Atari ST etc. I also used an ADM3A connected to a MECB.

Any thoughts, assembly language being of particular interest, but any good IDEs that have been used in the past for any language.

Regards, Mark.


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PostPosted: Tue Aug 06, 2013 12:35 pm 
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When the 68K was first introduced, Motorola sold a computer called EXORmacs that ran VersaDOS. Their 68000 assembler ran on this system.

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That's a box and a half!

I'm presuming there were also cross-development systems for the 68k processor? I have heard recently that the Tatung Einstein was used in several cases for cross-development of games for 8-bit based machines.


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