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Posted: Dec 15 2006, 12:03 PM
Member No.: 291
Joined: 11-March 05
So, I've finally determined myself to get round to learning to program the m68k.
Now, the next thing I need is a decent, not so buggy emulator of the cpu. One that will allow me to feed in assembler and run the code. One that can run code an op-code at a time if I want to for debugging.
What do you all use for this, if anything?
Posted: Dec 15 2006, 12:52 PM
Member No.: 1
Joined: 29-December 02
An emulation of just a 68K CPU? Or writing code for 68K Amigas?
If it is to write code for the Amiga to see what you can achieve then using the PC emulator WinUAE is the best emulation you can use to test code written specifically for the Amiga 68K range.
You would need to setup Workbench and an assembly language compiler for the Amiga, such as Asm-Pro. http://home-1.tiscali.nl/~solognt/
Some other links you may find useful can be found at http://dmoz.org/Computers/Programming/Lang...Assembly/Amiga/
Posted: Dec 16 2006, 12:37 PM
Member No.: 18
Joined: 15-January 03
Join www.s2beta.com. Its a site about ASM Coding for the megadrive, using the M68k chips and assembler. Once you get though the test, its really easy to get all sorts of resources there.