This site features contributions by
- Michael Steil (mist) <mist64(at)mac(dot)com>, @pagetable
- Melissa (myria)
- Sebastian Biallas (seppel).
Michael Steil hacks operating systems for a living. He founded the Xbox-Linux Project and regards himself a CISC enthusiast.
Sebastian Biallas studies computer science at the RWTH Aachen University. He is a main author of HT Editor and PearPC and so has deep knowlegde of various architectures (especially x86 and PowerPC). He is also interested in recompiling technics and discrete mathematics.
We are posting
- puzzles and
about assembly language.
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Can you teach me how to use the GBDK. I have seen your ultimate gameboy talk. Can you email me ?
Spelling mistake on the about page.
WOW — love this site, I’ve been looking for you ever since a friend told me about a guy (or a group of guys) who hacked XBoxs to install Linux.
So happy to have found this.
Hi. Do you have a YouTube channel or any other Reddit or similar where you post about your projects? Will be great resource for learners. Thanks.
Keeper up the excellent work!
This is very quickly becoming my favourite go to C= website, just incredible!
quote from this site:
A company named “ARESCO” offered a 6 KB RAM-based assembler for the KIM-1 that may have been based on the MOS Resident Assembler. According to the documentation of the Apple II version, the supported directives and error codes matched the MOS Resident Assembler, and some sources call it the “MOS/ARESCO” assembler. Unfortunately, no dumps are known.
I still have the printed source code included with an “Aresco” editor and assembler that I bought for my KIM-1 about 1980 if anyone wants it.