|[Files] ASM-One V1.43 (normal and RTG)||ANN.lu|
|Posted on 01-May-2000 19:23 GMT by Christian Kemp||3 comments|
Remco Weg writes:
As of the 30th of April the new version of ASM-One is available for downloading. ASM-One is probably the fastest 68k Assembler Development Environment for the Amiga.
Major changes are that the Source-Level-Debugger is now workable in the RTG version, the font requester now uses the asl.library, I fixed some things so you can now assemble the OpenSource of Asm-Pro without problems and some other small fixes and enhancements.
Regular version comes with Installer, OS 3.5 Icons, and an almost complete Amiga Guide (including 68k instructions, addressing modes, registers, errors, CLI commands, Directive, MACRO's, etc, etc...)
|ASM-One V1.43 (normal and RTG) : Comment 1 of 3||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Frank Bullen on 30-Apr-2000 22:00 GMT|
|Excellent. It's the best asm dev environment I've ever seen on any platform.|
Way better than devpack. :-)
|ASM-One V1.43 (normal and RTG) : Comment 2 of 3||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Anonymous on 01-May-2000 22:00 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 1 (Frank Bullen):|
Trashm'1? AsmPro? They're pretty cool
|ASM-One V1.43 (normal and RTG) : Comment 3 of 3||ANN.lu|
|Posted by Remco Weg on 02-May-2000 22:00 GMT|
|In reply to Comment 2 (Anonymous):|
Trashm'One, haven't heard from it since the mid 90's. Asm-Pro turned OpenSource march this
year (check out: http://surf.to/asmpro for more information).
Though, ASM-One knows more opcodes and more addressing modes. A Beta RTG version
is the main difference between Asm-Pro and ASM-One.
And ASM-One is offcourse still being developed, which can't currently be said
for those other two...
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