110778     ROMFIX: Modifies an Intel-Format Program  Version: V1.3,
January 1985
Submitted by: G. T. Shankland, Helix Software, Carson City, NV
Operating System: RT-11 V4.0  Source Language: C  Memory Required: 8KB
Software Required: For systems other than RT-11: C compiler.
Keywords: Conversions, EPROM, Intel, PROM
Abstract: ROMFIX modifies an Intel-format program to fit into a series
The Intel-format output file produced by a cross-assembler
contains absolute program addresses spanning the full address
space required by the program.  If this address space is
greater than that of the PROM type to be used, the program
must be broken down and put into a series of PROMs, each of
address space 0000-xxFF hex.
ROMFIX modifies the addresses of an Intel-format input file,
modulo PROM-address-space, corrects the checksum for each
altered line, and stores the modified Intel-format code in a
series of output files, one for each PROM.
PROM types supported are 2708, 2716, 2732, 2764, 27128, and
Documentation not available.
Media (Service Charge Code): One RX01 Diskette (KA)  Format: RT-11,
600' Magnetic Tape (MA)  Format: RT-11

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