DCC6502 is a code disassembler for the MOS/Rockwell/Ricoh 6502 microprocessor. One of it's main goals was to be portable and this goal has been achieved by giving the source of the program (100% ANSI C) so that people can compile it on their platform. However, the copyrights are still mine and you cannot modify the sources without my authorization (this is NOT OPENSOURCE like many of my ther projects...).
The Apple1 is a questionable target for a C compiler due to its small memory size and disjointed memory map. The Replica1, on the other hand, is a near perfect single board target with its 32K contiguous RAM and nice I/O expansion. Compare this with what WDC offers as a single board development platform for $695.
Submitted by ex-parrot on February 10, 2006 - 6:00pm
AGMenu is a small library which manages the Guide (or Help, or Balloon
Help, or Question) Menu for you, letting you stash your application's
Apple guides in their own folder, out of the way of inquisitive users.
AGMenu places your guides in the co...