mot2as: Convert Motorola to AT&T/GNU assembler syntax
Do you need to compile under UNIX assembly sources for Motorola 68k family
of processors? You have probably already found out that original Motorola
syntax is not suitable for GNU assembler which uses a bit different (AT&T
style) syntax. Using this very simple program you can convert between these two.
|Summary||Convert Motorola to AT&T/GNU assembler syntax|
|State||Ready to use. Maintained.|
Specifically it will care about:
$ for hex-radix,
% for bin-radix,
: for label termination.