CMOC - 6809 cross-compiler for a C-like language edit / delete

"CMOC is a 6809-generating cross-compiler for a subset of the C language."

to 6809 c coco compiler cross-compiler dragon retrocomputing ... on 20 January 2018

The Poly Computer Resources Page edit / delete

New Zealand's equivalent of the BBC Micro.

to 6809 poly retrocomputing ... on 10 October 2016

Sock Master's Tandy Color Computer 3 Page edit / delete

Some interesting homebrew for the CoCo3 -- traditional demo effects, a Wolf3D-style raycaster, a port of arcade Donkey Kong...

to 6809 coco games retrocomputing software tandy ... on 19 March 2016

Grant's MULTICOMP pick and mix computer edit / delete

"Pick-and-mix to create your own custom computer on a low-cost FPGA board (BASIC, Z80, 6502, 6809, internal/external RAM, serial/keyboard+monitor, SD-card for CP/M or other storage)"

to 6502 6809 cpm electronics emulation fpga retrocomputing z80 ... on 23 September 2015

The Dragon Archive edit / delete

Everything you could ever want to know about the Dragon 32/64.

to 6809 dragon retrocomputing wiki ... on 08 May 2015

EtchedPixels/FUZIX edit / delete

Alan Cox's extended version of UZI, a SysV-ish Unix for 8-bit microprocessors. (I'm trying to persuade myself that it doesn't need a BBC Micro port...)

to 6502 6809 os retrocomputing software unix uzi z80 ... on 16 November 2014

A Great Old-Timey Game-Programming Hack - Tom Moertel’s Blog edit / delete

In brief: the register set push/pop instructions on the 6809 can be abused to copy data efficiently.

to 6809 assembler optimisation ... on 29 December 2013

gcc6809 - GNU C Compiler for the Motorola 6809 processor - Google Project Hosting edit / delete

GCC for the 6809. This shouldn't be terribly surprising given that GCC supports 8-bit-like models of the AVR; it'd be nice if it did more of these!

to 6809 8bit c compiler gcc ... on 26 April 2013

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