Old MS-DOS & WIN Software
Dwight K. Elvey
dwight.elvey at amd.com
Mon Dec 5 12:50:46 CST 2005
>From: "Chuck Guzis" <cclist at sydex.com>
>On 12/2/2005 at 2:42 PM woodelf wrote:
>>Well it is not standard with the windows I have.
>Was it ever standard with Windows or DOS? If memory serves, it was always
>an add-on package. IIRC, MASM 1.0 was abouit $100, which didn't make it
>much of a bargain.
>LIB and LINK were packaged with DOS, but not MASM. ASM was standard with
>CP/M, but it was kind of brain-dead (no macro facility, linking or
>relocation). Most folks who wanted to program assembler seriously on 8 bit
>stuff picked up either M80/L80 or RMAC.
>Didn't the Polymorphic or Processor Tech systems box ship with a resident
>editor (BASC-style with line numbers) and a simple assembler? I seem to
>remember hacking the I/O in it to work with my MITS box. Even added a few
>of my own commands.
Polymorphic had a combined editor/assembler with its
cassette based assembler. The disk based assembler
is more normal text based( as I recall ).
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