If you have developed applications for the Commodore 64 in the 80s or 90s, chances are you still have your old floppy disk with the original assembly sources. If you have used the VisAss or
F8 AssBlaster assemblers, you can use a new command line tool I wrote to convert the encoded binary files into ASCII, so they can be published or you can continue development using modern tools like cc65.
Get it at github.com/mist64/vis2ascii.
If you need any help converting old C64 source in other formats, contact me, I’ll be happy to help!