cc65 - a freeware C compiler for 6502 based systems
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Merge pull request #2036 from jefftranter/master
Make some documentation fixes for KIM-1 platform.
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samples Create disk of GEOS samples 2 months ago
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.travis.yml Don 2 years ago clean-up of driver return codes 1 month ago
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Makefile rename the actual checkstyle target too :) 11 months ago
Makefile.travis The doc now lives in the 'master' branch of the 'doc' project. 5 years ago Merge branch 'cc65:master' into master 6 months ago

About cc65

cc65 is a complete cross development package for 65(C)02 systems, including a powerful macro assembler, a C compiler, linker, archiver and several other tools. cc65 has C and runtime library support for many of the old 6502 machines. For details look at the Website.


Core team members:

External contributors:

(The above list is incomplete, if you feel left out - please speak up or add yourself in a PR)

For a complete list look at the full team list or the list of all contributors


For general discussion, questions, etc subscribe to the mailing list or use the github discussions.

Some of us may also be around on IRC #cc65 on


  • The main Documentation for users and developers

  • Info on Contributing to the CC65 project. Please read this before working on something you want to contribute, and before reporting bugs.

  • The Wiki contains some extra info that does not fit into the regular documentation.


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