An assembler for the 6502, written in Java. This project aims for compatibility with x816.
How to Use
java -jar mossy.jar /path/to/input.asm [path/to/output.bin]
The input parameter may be a directory, in which case the laast parameter is ignored.
If the last parameter is not provided, the output will be written to .bin.
- Support for all addressing modes
- Label support
- Named constant support
- Full arithmetic support
- Masking support (
- Some directive support (
.mem(as specified by x816) will parse, but are ignored
- More directive support
- Validation of
- Tentatively: performance optimization (the parser is super inefficient)
Mossy was originally a rudimentary assembler built into jNES until I realized it was quickly growing out of the project's scope, at which point it was split into a separate, fully-featured project.
As for why I choose to develop it, I just think this stuff is a lot of fun, and I want to gain more experience working with it.
Mossy is published under the MIT License. Use of its code and any provided assets is permitted per the terms of the license.