Intel 3000 series

Eric Smith spacewar at
Sat May 5 10:55:59 CDT 2018

On Fri, May 4, 2018, 20:39 allison via cctalk <cctalk at> wrote:

> On 05/04/2018 09:16 PM, dwight via cctalk wrote:
> > I'm not sure how much good a 2900 assembler would be for a 3000 series
> part. The 2900 has an address controller more like a typical micro
> computer, while the 3000 is more like playing a game of chess.

There seems to be the presumption the bit slices have a uniform organization
> like a micro.  They generally don not.

AMDASM is a metaassembler; it has no such presumption.


 opcodes and micro code are
> assigned
> and created by the developer and their minions along the lines of some
> architecture they wish to create.  they tend to have a pattern and thats
> about it.

AMDASM works fine with that. It can even support bitfields that are
discontiguously stored in the microword.

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