NOTE: I've started to rewrite this package to use tree-sitter parsers instead of textMate grammars. Starting with version 0.7.0, the old textMate-style grammars will no longer be updated. I'll rewrite them by and by.
I'll keep the old grammars active until I finish the tree-sitter equivalent.
Adds language support for Motorola 6809 and Hitachi 6309 assembly to the Atom Editor. This is useful for writing code for the Vectrex.
Additionally, starting with version 0.7.3, I'll start adding support for various Motorola 68000 assemblers and toolchain.
This package includes syntax highlighting for assembler directives, labels, etc. for the following toolchains:
|lwtools||http://lwtools.projects.l-w.ca||Linux, Windows, OS X|
|vasmmot||http://sun.hasenbraten.de/vasm/||Linux, Windows, OS X|
Note: This problem will be solved once the switch to tree-sitter parsers is done. Some of the older assemblers demand a certain source code format:
LABEL OPCODE OPERAND COMMENT
You will need to switch your tabs settings to "hard" for this to work correctly.
It takes a bit getting used too, but that's how it worked on old assembler editors!
I'm happy to add more assemblers as requested. Please use Github's issue function to report bugs or improvement ideas. Contributions are greatly appreciated!
Good catch. Let us know what about this package looks wrong to you, and we'll investigate right away.