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The first of these were written in Z80 to run under CP/M. Since then they
have been ported to 8088 for MSDos, then to 80386 for extended DOS and,
finally, to Windoze. Over the years, other assemblers have been added to the
collection as projects have dictated a need for them. The latest port to
Windoze is brand new, utilizing the procedures outlined on the
Windoze assembly page.
These assemblers produce a common output format and use a common linker (no linker is needed or linking required to create object code from a single source file). The DOS and Windoze versions are 100% compatible with each other and are made from the same source files.
If you must know, here is the linker file format.
Type the name of the assembler with no target or options for help.
|Disassemblers for DOS|
|Zipped Borland X86 assembly tools for DOS|
|Full TD 2.0||2002-10-03||443.69k|
|TD 2.0 (TD.EXE only)||2002-10-03||208.69k|
|X86 assembly source files|
|Basic DOS application template||2002-09-11||13.91k|
|Matrix screen saver||2002-07-16||12.13k|
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