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McAsm & McLink

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#1
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mcasm_and_mclink.sit (61.17 KB)
MD5: e3eba8daf4d69366948d1a36a0259ab0
For System 1 - 5
#2
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McAsmdocs.zip (45.83 KB)
MD5: 158b5ac134f6b6d4670fad7cddf19a56
For System 1 - 5
Emulation
Guides on emulating older applications

Not to be confused with MacASM.

McAsm and McLink are an assembler and a linker respectively for the Apple Macintosh computer. McAsm is used to assemble source files containing Motorola 68000 assembly language code and pseudo-ops. McAsm can also assemble standard and user-defined resources. McLink is used to combine files produced by McAsm into an executable application program file. McAsm and McLink are useable on a 128K Mac as long as the programs being assembled and linked aren't too large.

Over the next couple of years, this package grew into the considerably more sophisticated McAssembly.

(v1.0)

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k

Crashes Mini vMac Plus; launches with a warning in Mini vMac 512K.