Easiest way to program Apple in 6502 from Windows?

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Easiest way to program Apple in 6502 from Windows?

You guys who program your Apple, how do you go about writing sourcecode in Windows for the Apple (in 6502 assembler that is)?

 

What is kind of "best practise" to lift sourcecode from Windows into say Merlin and assemble?

 

Transfer files in some way (is there a utility which can create DOS format image files (.DSK) for example?)?

 

Copy and paste through an emulator?

 

Use an emulator to write and test with as well?

 

TIA!

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I ended up copying and

I ended up copying and pasting into the AppleWin emulator and straight into Merlin. Had to do some re-work with Merlin's editor but that was to be expected. 

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I don't do Windows.  I do

I don't do Windows.  I do development on Linux and then either move to disk images in the emulator or to SD media or whatever to real hardware.  FWIW, I wrote my own assembler and use a combination of utilities for moving files around, some of which I wrote, others that are available online.

 

 

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Is there a commandline tool

Is there a commandline tool (or GUI) for injecting files into .dsk images?

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