I was wondering...
I've been interested in coding my own assembler recently and
think I've done a fairly good job.
I was wondering what features you all think
are good in an assembler. The more features the better, I think.
Here's the link to my assembler:
Read the readme.txt for a description of syntax and current features
and ideas for other features.
It is compiled for .NET v1.1 . C# source is included along with a test
ROM (and source). If anyone needs a .NET v1.0 version, feel free to ask.
If noone cares, that's fine too. :)
(Note: I called it a65 after A86 (just about the first x86
assembler I used. Last night, I remembered P65, and thought that
it probably would have been A65 had it not been originally written
in Perl. If Martin would like me to not use that name, he can say
so, and I'll change it back to NESbler (which this assembler is a
total rewrite of (an assembler I don't think I ever released.)))
Anyone have any ideas and/or comments?