Compile 6502 assembly code in VSCode on Mac, Linux, and Windows #6502 #Assembly #VSCode #Commodore
Twitter user @awsm9000 has created a GitHub repo to get beginners started developing cross platform 6502 assembly with VSCode.
With this basic setup you will be able to write and compile 6502 assembly code on Mac, Linux or Windows. It is by no means perfect, but it should get most beginners started and is easy to setup and configure. I’m hoping to help more people with their first attempts at writing 8 bit assembly code. Also consider this repo as an invitation to improve and share my setup. Any feedback is very welcome, share your ideas in the issues section or contribute to the repo with your pull requests. Thanks!
The framework consists of the following software (all free):
Are you a 6502 novice or did you know it from way back? Let us know in the comments below.
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