Looking for clarity - Apple 6502 Assembler/Editor

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Looking for clarity - Apple 6502 Assembler/Editor

Evening all:

I am looking for some guidance.  While I am familiar with the Merlin Assembler for Apple II, I am interested in the "history" and "originality" of the Apple 6502 Assembler/Editor.

I am refering to the software associated with this document https://archive.org/details/apple-6502-assembler-editor

I have found the Applesoft Tool Kit software on the mirror but I am unable to find the Assembler/Editor System Disk.

Also, the document refers to 16-sector DOS.  Is this the DOS that the Applesoft Tool Kit boots into?

If anyone can help bring some understanding to this, I am most gratful.

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mark

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EDASM (AppleSoft Toolkit SoftWare)

Hello Stargeezer,

 

I looked in my Apple II SoftWare archive and found these three disks :

- AppleSoft Toolkit (EDASM).woz

- DOS Programmers Toolkit_A.woz

- DOS Programmers Toolkit_B.woz

( DOS Programmers Toolkit disks come from www.apple-iigs.info Web site )

Applesoft Toolkit (EDASM Included).zip

I hope that this will answer to your research :-)

Best regards from France

Philippe

 

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Thank you for that.  I did find a bit more info online about how to use this.  Looks like it was a user ID10T error on my part.

Retrocomputing Forum had a good article.  "Going Back to EDASM, the 1980 Apple II Editor/Assembler"

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AppleSoft ToolKit - EDASM

Mark,

a very good article, indeed :-)

https://retrocomputingforum.com/t/going-back-to-edasm-the-1980-apple-ii-editor-assembler/1041

Best regards.

Philippe

Apple II For ever

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