cpclib is a rust library that aims at helping to develop Amstrad CPC demos. Maybe it could be usefull for other z80 platform or even games. Most functionalities are still in beta state; I have only implemented the subset I need for my current Amstrad CPC demo projects. Several tools are provided in addition to library.
There are more are less able to do:
- assemble z80 source code. - Mainly interesting for auto-generated code, not for handcrafted one. - Not all opcodes are managed. - Functionalities not available in other assemblers: - Injection of basic source code (WIP) - Function able to provided the opcode value of an instruction or its standard duration - manipulate .sna files - Minimal support of chunks at the moment - convert images to CPC format. Usable for standard resolutions/modes - manipulate DSK (trying to mimick iDSK or dskmanager). Able to format and add files - communicate with cpcwifi board - Replication of xfer utility. - Only reset and run file have been coded at the moment - In opposite to the original xfer tool, cpclib one is able to start snapshots V3 (there are simply converted as snapshot v2 on the fly) - create basic tokens from basic source (WIP)