My 6800/6801 assembler can now handle both the standard
syntax and the
syntax as used in the 6809, which I originally designed it with. (Silly me.)
Now I need to decide whether to add the whole test suite to the Makefile.
Oh! There's a Makefile, too!
Or I could just press ahead on making an emulator or adding 6811 support or doing a 6809 emulator/assembler, or seeing if I can construct a framework in which I can build an IDE for Motorola's current crop of 8-bit processors, or, ...
Or I could get my BIF language running on 64 bit architectures, fix the file interface, ...
Or I could get my RanBunHyou project moving again, add the scrambles, ...
Too many things to do, not enough time to do them all and make a living.