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If you can write an emulator, you can write an assembler. The csv file of 6502 data contains a lot of the information needed for the assembler. I use the CSV data for several reasons. I use it to recognize 6502 instructions (like ADD, LDA, and JSR), which I call mnemonics in the code. I also use the addressing mode info from the CSV file.. Syntax highlighting: VASM. Oldstyle flavor. Instruction sets: 6502. This extension does not aim toward supporting your current syntax-highlighing theme. At its current state, sublinetext's standards has been adabted to reasonable match assembly code, but many themes do not support many scopes. Therefor does this extension also ship with a theme. If you know 6502 Assembly, please write code for some of the tasks not implemented in 6502 Assembly. The MOS Technology 6502 is an 8-bit microprocessor that was designed by Chuck Peddle and Bill Mensch for MOS Technology in 1975. When it was introduced, it was the least expensive full-featured microprocessor on the market by a considerable. So far I wrote a pretty primitive operating system in 65c02 Assembly using the ca65 assembler, and cc65 is also able to target my in-game virtual machines. However, I very much prefer the Pascal language over the C language, which is why I was asking about how easy it can be to port FPC to target the 6502 with a custom memory map and program load addresses. jbit - 6502 Assembler and Simulator. SYNOPSIS. jbit [options...] file. jbit [options...] -a file [arg...] DESCRIPTION. jbit simulates a fictional 8-bit processor. The emulated CPU is similar to a regular 6502. The main difference is that it lacks BCD mode and interrupts. BRK (0) terminates the processor. Almost the full 64K of addressable ....