BBS: Inland Empire Archive
Date: 11-04-92 (06:12)             Number: 295
From: MATT ROBERTS                 Refer#: NONE
  To: JAMES VAHN                    Recvd: NO  
Subj: Postit                         Conf: (2) Quik_Bas
 > dissembler.  I'm lacking an opcode/mnemonic conversion chart. I
 > see nothing in the public domain in the way of an assembler and

If you're looking for an assembler with source, I can't
help, but the following:

CHASM413.ARJ (or is that CHASM.ARJ?)

are available at 1:325/602.

I don't think WASM (Wolfware assembler) is up there, but I can put it there
if you want.  Also can make available A370R42A and B, which
are the files for the PC/370 cross-assembler.  There are
some cross-assemblers for the 68XX (not 68000) series at
1:325/608.  I forget the name.

UASM is a disassembler written in BASIC by White Crane.  I
don't have it, but it can be gotten from:

Computer Solutions
P.O. Box 8292
New Fairfield, Ct 06812

The disk with UASM and some other stuff on it is LA804, on
page 28 of their catalogue.

Hope this helps.


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