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A pretty printer for 6502 assembler code and maybe z80
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Pretty6502 v0.2 by Oscar Toledo G. http://nanochess.org/ Executables provided for Mac OS X and Windows. Usage: pretty6502 [args] input.asm output.asm DON'T USE SAME OUTPUT FILE AS INPUT, though it's possible, you can DAMAGE YOUR SOURCE if this program has bugs. Arguments: -s0 Code in four columns (default) label: mnemonic operand comment -s1 Code in three columns label: mnemonic+operand comment -p0 Processor unknown. -p1 Processor 6502 + DASM syntax (default) -m8 Start of mnemonic column (default) -o16 Start of operand column (default) -c32 Start of comment column (default) -t8 Use tabs of size 8 to reach column -t0 Use spaces to align (default) -a0 Align comments to nearest column -a1 Comments at line start are aligned to mnemonic (default) -n4 Nesting spacing (can be any number of spaces or multiple of tab size) -l Put labels in its own line -dl Change directives to lowercase -du Change directives to uppercase -ml Change mnemonics to lowercase -mu Change mnemonics to uppercase Assumes all your labels are at start of line and there is space before mnemonic. Accepts any assembler file where ; means comment [label] mnemonic [operand] ; comment