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Two months ago, after finding out that the RCA 1802 assembly never seemed to be ported to the mac, I decided to try creating one. And so, ASMac18 was born. All done in Fantasm6 68k assembler, I tried to use traps as least as possible, since I don't really know both the system and rom well. This is officially the first "real" program I have made that targets the Macintosh (my older programs targeted 8-bits CPUs). For now, the cross-assembler isn't high-level event aware, doesn't have any equates and can only assemble a single file at once. But, I won't say that equates are a big problem
Zanmato.sit.zipHi I just 'finished' my first 68k Macintosh program ever in assembly language, using Lightsoft LIDE 3(Fantasm 5) on my Macintosh IICI. It is no big deal, but as a 17 years-old mac user, I still am a bit proud. It is a simple dialog box that pops in front, tells stuff and asks for your name. After clicking the "GO" button, it closes and pops another dialog box that tells "Greetings,«Your name»!" with a "Thank you" button. It seems to work fine on my Mac IICI. It also works well on my powermac 7100 when booted up on a system prior to 8.6. But, on my Macintosh SE( and Plus