Author Topic: 68k parts to PPC  (Read 1988 times)

Offline teroyk

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68k parts to PPC
« on: August 24, 2017, 12:59:05 PM »
Last Mac OS 9 version still has 68k code in it. This might help little to make them to PPC-code, but maybe later:
http://www.coyoteflux.nl/ppc680x0.htm
But big question is there any good assembler IDE (like Devpac editor/assembler/debugger on Amiga and Atari ST) to Mac (68k or PPC)?
I bought my first new Mac when OS X 10.1 released. And I bought that Mac because it had Mac OS 9 too. And I bought my first 68k Mac when Apple stopped PPC Macs.

Offline nanopico

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Re: 68k parts to PPC
« Reply #1 on: August 24, 2017, 01:10:01 PM »
Last Mac OS 9 version still has 68k code in it. This might help little to make them to PPC-code, but maybe later:
http://www.coyoteflux.nl/ppc680x0.htm
But big question is there any good assembler IDE (like Devpac editor/assembler/debugger on Amiga and Atari ST) to Mac (68k or PPC)?

To my knowledge MPW is probably the best assembler ide for mac os
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Offline Naiw

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Re: 68k parts to PPC
« Reply #2 on: November 18, 2017, 07:02:04 PM »
There was a pretty good Assembler IDE for the Mac called Fantasm, I don't know if it can be found somewhere these days.