EASy68k 68000 Editor, Structured Assembler, and Simulator
Submitted By: chuckkelly
68000 Editor, Structured Assembler & Simulator. This free
package contains everything you need to create and run 68000
assembly language programs on a Windows PC. The
editor/assembler and simulator have GUI interfaces. The editor
allows multiple files to be edited. The assembler supports
structured assembly (IF, WHILE, REPEAT, FOR), macros with
conditional assembly and many assembler directives. The
simulator supports Text and File I/O, Graphics and Sound.
Debugging features include Step, Trace, advanced Breakpoints,
memory editing and moving. Context sensitive Help is included
with a complete 68000 reference guide. The Borland C++ Builder
source code is available at the product web site.
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A can't do without tool.
Posted by: Lee on Wednesday, April 16, 2003
I've been using this software for some time now to help with 68000 embedded code developement and it's become a can't do wothout piece of software.
EASY68k includes an easy to use assembler and a very versatile simulator with a whole host of features.
It is also being frequently updated so any 'undocumented features' you find will be fixed.
I love it.
Posted by: Jim G on Thursday, June 12, 2003
Downloaded this for my Computer Engineering student who was fighting to get space in the lab at school where they were using macs to teach 68k Assembler. This worked great for him to finish and test his project.
Posted by: Ev Scott on Sunday, November 23, 2003
This excellent GUI driven application is extremely intuitive and informative. The Trace facility definitely enhances learning, and my students have all commented that it has to be the best simulator going. Believe me, we've sampled a few. The Help facility could be more extensive, possibly following a windows style help paradigm with search capability -(something similar to MSDN but on a much smaller scale). My software development students can now write quite detailed 68000 code on PC based architecture. Thank you for making this software freely available.
get the help file into this thing
Posted by: Ken on Thursday, September 02, 2004
crashes without helpfile. This is not fun.
Help is included.
Posted by: Prof Kelly on Monday, September 13, 2004
The help file has always been part of the download. I suggest you download it again and reinstall.
Posted by: Aaron on Monday, September 20, 2004
This program is great! I had the opportunity to take Assembly Language Programming with Prof. Kelly, so I know from experience that this program really helps you write assembly programs. EASy68k's interface is just so easy to understand and use. The simulator also has many different debugging features which allow the programmer to see what is actually going on inside the "processor".
"Totally awesome piece of code!"
Posted by: EL MEKKI on Tuesday, December 28, 2004
Very very recommended
Posted by: TechJoe on Tuesday, January 11, 2005
I'm used to coding simpler 8086 code for 386's, but this is still interesting...
Could use a few more examples/tutorials, but otherwise it's great.
(Multiple Monitor Users might find this app to be annoying, because it loads & emulates off-screen.)
Posted on Thursday, March 16, 2006
It is an excellent work of Art. A very useful too. Thumbs up to the writer of this software.
Posted by: Andrew F. Young on Saturday, September 02, 2006
I'm taking a class on microprocessors at the Naval Postgraduate School in Monterey, CA and we focus on the 68K. This program saved my life!
Posted by: ghomari mohammed on Friday, July 18, 2008
Très bon outil de développement.
Posted by: ARULOGUN, O.T. on Thursday, January 22, 2009
THIS IS A VERY GOOD SOFTWARE FOR TEACHING AND UNDERSTANDING ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE.
THE SIMULATOR IS PERFECT. I HAVE RECOMMENDED IT FOR MY STUDENTS.
Posted by: rhminus on Wednesday, July 21, 2010
any disassembler options in the future? like loading a bin m68 file and simulate stepping through it?
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