What is Jamaicamon? It is an ML monitor for the SuperCPU. In fact, it
requires a SuperCPU to work.
- 5/02 Well crud -- the link was to 4.1 and not 4.2; now fixed.
- 4/02 Added 4.2 -- relocation bugfix (BIT not relocated), d now
disassembles from current line
- 3/13/01 Added 4.1 -- minor bugfixes, works with Sirius. This was
actually done in September, but I only now got around to uploading
- 9/1/00 Added 4.0 -- new display mode, greatly reduced zero-page
- 2/14/00 Added v3.2 source code.
- 1/23/00 Version 3.2 released. Bug fixes and true single-stepping
(follows JMPs and branches and RTS and so on).
- 12/14/99 Version 3.0 released. Fixes bugs, adds characters to
number conversion, and incorporates peek/poke/patch (24-bit
load/save, hexidecimal numbers in BASIC, etc.).
- 10/2/99 Version 2.2 released -- fixes bugs (SED, re-disassembly, @$)
and prints start/end load addresses.
- 9/8/99 Version 2.1 released -- enhanced operation of i and m,
i* displays screen codes, @ sends drive commands, and # performs
- 10/29/98 Added v2.0 -- enhanced $01 support, backwards disassembly,
disassembly now tracks REP and SEP.
- 2/2 Added v1.1 (very stupid bugfix to make $01 work correctly)
- 1/31 Added v1.0 source+binaries, documentation
It is based on SuperMON, and is public domain -- special thanks to Jim
Butterfield for sending me the original supermon source!
Currently it lies in wait at $8000 in bank 0. Tragically, it is now larger
than 4k by quite a few bytes -- don't relocate it to $C000 and expect it to
work! (Use w and n to relocate).
Read the docs!
Documentation of sorts:
Stephen L. Judd