PortAsm/68K for MCore
The architecture is based on RISC principles, but uses 16-bit instructions in order to minimize code size. Although very different to the 680x0 instruction set, the M·CORE programming model can provide an excellent environment for running existing 680x0 code. PortAsm/68K for M·CORE is an optimizing source-level translation tool which is designed to help you port 680x0 assembly-language programs to M·CORE. It can be used to target any member of the M·CORE family, provides good performance, and is easy to use.
Key features of PortAsm/68K for M·CORE
Interoperability with other MicroAPL tools
PortAsm/68K for M·CORE can be used in conjunction with Relogix for translating legacy code partly to M·CORE assembler and partly to C. It can also be used in conjunction with Mimic/68K for mixing translated and emulated code.
And, best of all, thanks to a special agreement between MicroAPL and Freescale Semiconductor, PortAsm/68K for M·CORE is available for download free of charge! Just fill in this Registration Form, and you can download full, unrestricted versions of these products, together with full documentation. (Usage of the software is subject to the PortAsm/68K for M·CORE license agreement).
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