Sounds cool. Although I'll never use it, it sounds like it could be useful to some.
At first I thought you were writing a z80 BASIC interpreter,
not just an editor. (I never thought you were writing emulator/debugger, though
Yeah, good point- I've edited it to add that it's not an interpreter either.
It is nice to see some new stuff for 68k calculators even if with limited use.
But hopefully, is really useful for you and maybe you can give us some z80 TI-BASIC in the future.
It is true that doing something oncalc is more familiar to some of us, so there is hope other people pick and use it.
I liked to hear about the z80 emulator in 68k. Although I know there is Gameboy emulator...
Too bad about your calculator link port. I give you a hint if you want assembly programs on it: http://asmtools.omnimaga.org/asmunsquisher/
More useful to little programs. See by yourself but in the case of doubt of what it does, ask me.
Have fun doing your suite.
Yes, I noticed your assembly unsquisher on the Misc page, and it would be useful for running small programs, as you said.