Daniel Kruszyna, the man behind Drift, has just announced on comp.sys.apple2 the release of the latest version of his Forth-style assembler:
I’ve released a new version of sixtyfive, my forth-style assembler.
Here are the changes:
Miscellaneous new 8 bit definitions: prntx and text window direct page locations.
Miscellaneous new IIgs bit definitions: ADB modifier and status registers.
New standalone script which converts the sector order of floppy images from the command line. The existing sector conversion support was limited to operating on assembler segments.
New higher level interface for creating ProDOS images. Includes volume and subdirectory creation and allocation of directory entries.
New example OVERLAY40 which overlays one 40 column text screen over another.
New example REVERSEDUET which reverses an Electric Duet file. This program was used to create the back side of Drift.
New example REVERSEHGR which reflects a HIRES image about the origin.
New example SHOWKEYS which displays keypresses.
Refactored the cmp macro to support arbitrary operand widths and to work with both 8 and 16 bit accumulator modes.
Improved NakedOS support to write files from the host filesystem as well as assembler segments.
Fixed an issue when using else, in 6502 mode. else, now generates an absolute jump instead of a branch always in this situation. bra, is only available on the 65c02 and 65c816 processors.
And probably other minor changes as well.
Thanks and enjoy.