The Crossware 6809 Assembler for Windows is a sophisticated relocatable macro cross assembler that generates code for the 6809 microprocessor. It comes complete with the Crossware Embedded Development Studio and runs under Windows 9x, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10.
The package includes the following tools and utilities:
(The Embedded Development Studio is described in detail in a separate data sheet) All of these tools and utilities are Win32 applications built to make the most of your 32 bit computing environment. All tools can be used outside of the Embedded Development Studio if required using conventional command-line instructions.
RELOCATABLE MACRO CROSS ASSEMBLER
The cross assembler converts assembler code into an intermediate object module format which is subsequently linked with other intermediate object modules to create the final program. Features include:
The linker combines object modules created with the compiler and/or the assembler to create the final code that will run on your target system. It carries out the following functions:
The target program can be produced in a number of different formats including Motorola S records, HP/Microtec IEEE695 format or as a binary rom image.
An optional link map will show the final location and sizes of all segments and the values of all global variables.
The assembler can optionally generate full source level debug information. The linker updates these debug records to take account of the final location of the target program and outputs them to the target program file in IEEE695 format. Debuggers and in-circuit emulators that support this popular format can then use it to facilitate full source level debugging.
Instead of being used to create a final target program, the object modules produced by the compiler and assembler can be integrated into a library. The library manager performs the tasks of:
The MAKE utility simplifies the task of keeping object files, libraries and target programs up-to-date. It detects if any source or dependency files have changed since the last build and runs the appropriate tools (compiler, assembler, linker or library manager) to rebuild out-of-date files. It supports many advanced features including macros, inference rules, conditional inclusion and other preprocessing directives and in-line files with automatic temporary file creation.
Although the Embedded Development Studio uses its own integrated routines to keep projects up-to-date, this stand-alone MAKE utility can be used to build projects from the command-line or from within another application. The Embedded Development Studio will automatically create a makefile which is fully compatible with this stand-alone MAKE utility.
HOST SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
IBM compatible PC with an Intel Pentium or above running Windows 9x, Windows NT 4.0, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10.