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6502, 6809 and other 6xxx-family 8bit microprocessors

Some stuff for 6502... again...

Old good 6502 is still one of the most popular microprocessor ever. Here are some tips, tricks and applications for this uP.

6502 programming

Some information about 6502 programming languages, plus one free 6502 assembler...

BASIC for Atari 2600

Something nostalgic again: Batari BASIC is a BASIC-like language for creating Atari 2600 games.

Apple II+ in FPGA

Reconstructing the classical 80's computer with modern FPGA chip from Altera - Apple2fpga

Commodore VIC-20 in a FPGA

The complete original Commodore VIC-20 hardware, including the CPU, in a single FPGA.

GCC for Motorola 6809

GCC6809 is a port of the free GNU C compiler to the 6809 processor.


A SPI interface for 6502 processor (probably usable with other 8bit processors too) in the CPLD.

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