Welcome to Easier68k’s documentation!

Easier68k is a Python-based assembler and simulator of the Motorola 68000 microprocessor. It is based Prof. Charles Kelly’s EASy68k, with the goal of adding better cross-platform support without the use of Wine or emulation (among other features).


Easier68k is still very incomplete, and does not yet have the same feature set of EASy68k implemented. As a result, it’s not quite ready for any wide-spread use (although why are you writing 68k in the first place?).

A sample use-case of Easier68k can be found at github.com/Chris-Johnston/Easier68k-SampleProject.

If you would like to contribute to Easier68k’s development, refer to our Issue list on GitHub as well as the contributing guide.