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…nual -13, May, 2022. All machine instructions are now supported from S/360 through current SA22-7832-13. Extended mnemonics are supported from S/360 through ESA/390 not including SA22-7832 manual.
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SATK - Stand-alone Tool Kit Copyright (C) 2012-2016, 2020 Harold Grovesteen SATK is intended to assist in the development of stand-alone, or baremetal, programs on mainframe compatible systems. While targeting the Hercules emulator, nothing precludes its use with "big-iron" real or virtual environments. Getting Started: Use the "Download ZIP" button on this page to download the current repository contents. By "unzipping" the downloaded file into your file system, the package is installed on your system. (By deleting the SATK directory and its contents the package is uninstalled.) Then follow the directions in the file SATK/doc/asma/ASMA.pdf, "Getting Started" section, for additional steps required to prepare your system for use of A Small Mainframe Assembler and other SATK tools. The following directories are provided: asma - A Small Mainframe Assembler (ASMA) for stand-alone programs. ASMA runs wherever Python 3.3 runs! doc - Various related documentation. doc/asma - ASMA related documentation doc/iplelf - Documentation related to the IPL ELF Supplement and SATK support. lib - GNU ld linker scripts samples - Various IPL related samples samples/asma - Sample programs using ASMA src - source code for use in stand-alone programs. src/drivers - Device drivers - very experimental, do not recommend use src/hal - Hardware Abstraction Layer src/ipl - IPL ELF supporting source src/ipl/include - Routines useful for IPL ELF stage0 loaders. src/storage - Storage management functions. Only static assignment supported. srcasm - Bare-metal facilities using ASMA. tools - Python and bash tools for use with SATK. asma.py - command-line interface to ASMA codepage.py - ASMA code page customization config.py - local tool configuration management and testing deck.py - Card deck and AWS tape merge / creation tool fp.py - floating point utility hopcodes.py - Hercules instruction audit tool msl.py - Machine Specification Language (MSL) processor mslrpt.py - MSL architecture comparison report xmi.py - XMI file format PDS and member utility tools/herc - Hercules emulator specific tools tools/ipl - IPL ELF Media Preparation Processor, iplmed.py, and related tools: ipldpp.py, media.py xforth - Forth language cross-compiler framework This file is part of SATK. SATK is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. SATK is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details. You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with SATK. If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>. LICENSING --------- Unless otherwise indicated SATK is licensed under the GNU General Public License version 3 or later. The license can be found in the file COPYING in the project root directory. Documentation is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License version 1.3 and can be found in the file fdl-1.3.txt in the doc directory. The directory xforth is licensed under the Simplified BSD License containing modifications to a package using this licensing. The Simplified BSD License can be found in the file LICENSE.txt in the xforth directory. The file forth_words.py in the xforth directory contains public domain software. See the xforth file forth.py for details of the original package on which this directory is based. REQUIREMENTS ------------ Python 3.3 or higher www.python.org Contact the author, Harold Grovesteen, at - email@example.com or - firstname.lastname@example.org