On Sat, 13 Oct 2018 16:05:14 -0400, you wrote:
Harvey White wrote:<snip>
I probably would have liked the ones for the 8085 and the 6502, justPossibly, most of the older processor's pods have been long since scrapped,The largest problem is that the disassembler probes for given microprocessorsNow for the 6800 and such, you could find the most up-to-date probe,
because. Every once and while, I need to look at some of those old
ones. Right now it's the 6802 that I need to look at.
I found a few, they want DOS.A couple, actually. Sourceforge, and github are littered with them,Hmmm, got one for the 6800 series? I have core images...
I have one that I wrote that runs under windows and is gui driven.
Hmmm, some people want money for those things, not that I begrudge him
the income, but I tend to go to open source.
That's what mine does, although I get tired of writing tools to make
...The one in the DM5010 isn't, I think, and actually has internal RAM.IIRC, the 6802 did more integration of the RAM into the processor. ITek tended to use the 68B02, which is a 6802 without the internal RAM.
For analysis cases, all it does (of course) is to change the location
of some of the RAM.