Programming a 68K on a 68K?

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Programming a 68K on a 68K?

Hello everyone,
I want to do some vintage programming on a vintage Mac. I have a Color Classic and an SE/30. Any ideas what programming software will run on these that might still be downloadable? I would like it to be able to do graphical user interface design. I am open to any programming language, but something low level would be best as I want to have direct access to the ports.

Thanks in advance,

Todd

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Tried the barracks?

I do not know the best answer for your question and you may get some good ones here, but I would be remiss not to point you towards http://www.68kmla.net/. It is to 68k what Apple Fritter is to everything after 68k, the best place on the web to go for answers on your Mac.

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Pascal

I used Symantec Think Pascal.

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vintage programming

Apple Macintosh Programmers Workbench MPW Shell, Assembler, C, C++, Pascal, Lisp, ...

Symantec Think Pascal, C, C++, ...

CodeWarrior C, C++, ...

AppleScript, HyperCard, MacPerl, Prograph, ...

compile the language/assembler you want to use as a plug-in into MPW and/or whatever 68k development tool/shell you want to use: your 68000 assembler, Ruby, java, Python, PHP, ...

install A/UX, or a 68k linux/bsd and use the GNU development tools: 68000 assembler, ...

run a 68000 assembler/compiler in an emulator: SC 68000 cross assembler running from a 68k-Mac Apple ][ emulator http://bobsc5.home.comcast.net/aal/1982/aal8209.html#a1 , Microsoft Visual Studio Macintosh Cross Development Platform running from VirtualPC!

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Things to investigate!...

Thanks! that does give me some starting points. I have been over to the http://www.68kmla.net/ site and will poke around there somemore.

Thanks again!
Todd

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