- "Where's the Chip-Hop?" download [January 2001]
- "Little Short Demo" download [February 2001]
- soon(?! no, prob not soon), unreleased yet.... [August 2001]
An Assembler, for the GameBoy, written in Perl.
zip'd - packed with docs, or just gbAsm.pl.txt
Not entirely useful (no labels, does assemble correctly )
The actual instruction assembly was pretty much checked, and seems to assemble correctly.
For a 'serious' assembler, please try:
The result of a (dirty-)hacking sunday + monday 'morning'. There seems to be other assemblers written in Perl avaliable online, all taking quite different approaches, and most seem to be weekend hacks. It seems that Perl is not the worst choice for quick assembler implementation, plus you get a certain degree of 'portability' for the host.
Perl assemblers I've found online (links will be posted soon):
I've seen a few other, please mail me links to other assembler written in simple scripts in any language.
- Anders Wallander's MIPS assembler (quite clean!)
- Michael Martin's 'P65' - 6502 / 6510 assembler - older versions in Perl, switched to Python
- Sven's 6502 assembler (Kewl! just a bunch of s//'s)
- My GameBoy assembler, seems to be the dirtiest I've seen (no, I'm not very proud of that, my Perl style sucks :( )
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