ASM-One Macro Assembler
- fully integrated development package with fullscreen-editor, assembler, monitor and debugger
- written entirely in assembly language; very light (about 90 kbytes) and fast
- operation via keyboard or mouse
- can create standard object modules to be linked with Blink
- assembler provides macro capabilities, include-files and peephole-optimizer
- crash-recovery via level-7-interrupt
- includes Amiga includes and offset tables
ASM-One was developed by Rune Gram-Madsen in 1990 and released through the German publisher DMV-Verlag in 1991. It was distributed with either an English or German manual. The price of the assembler was 139 DM (71 €). The last copies were sold in 1992.
The assembler were developed in Motorola 680x0 assembler code. The source code was made public and in the following years a group called TFA (among others) from the Amiga Scene continued work on the assembler.
The sales stopped in 1992, but the development continues as a hobbyproject by TFA. The program is currently at V1.48. (Beta version is 1.49.)
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