An assembler for the 68112D microprocessor
The 68112D is a clone of the 68HC11 microcontroller, with extra instructions to generate 2D graphics on a VGA display.
The asm2d assembler turns the assembly code into an MIF file (Memory Initialization File) that can be used to initialize a memory block during compilation and/or simulation.
pip install asm2d
python setup.py develop
Compile a file:
The default output file will have the same name as the source file, but with a .mif extension. You can change this with the -o flag:
asm2d source.s2d -o memory.mif
The size of the memory block will be exactly the number of words needed to translate the assembly code. You can change this with the -w argument:
asm2d source.s2d -w 512