A simple Z80 assembler, based heavily on gbasm. Many things, such as the special instructions (
.incasm, etc.) are shared between the two, and you should look at gbasm's documentation for more, specifically the known issues and assembler-specific instructions. This assembler was written for use with the Soviet-era microcomputer I built, and is probably missing a few features or instructions. Notable omissions include the ability to create local labels and the relative jump instruction.
If you use Sublime Text, you can use the
gbz80.sublime-syntax file in the repository for syntax highlighting, but as it was originally intended for use with the Gameboy's LR35902 (a Z80 derivative), it's missing a few instructions.
You will need Go installed and set up properly to build the assembler.
go get https://github.com/thatoddmailbox/z80asm cd ~/go/src/github.com/thatoddmailbox/z80asm # you might need to change this depending on the location of your GOPATH go install # the next command should be run from the directory that contains your source code ~/go/bin/z80asm --weird-mapping
--weird-mapping flag enables the modified address decoding, which was necessary to adapt modern-day ROM and RAM chips to the computer when the Soviet parts didn't work.