For immediate release.
Lightsoft is pleased to announce the release of Fantasm version 5.1.
11 Apr 98 — Fantasm is a Macintosh assembly language development
environment allowing the creation of 68K, PowerPC and FAT applications,
code resources and fragments. For the first time ever, Fantasm is native on
both PowerMacs and 68K Macintosh’s.
Version 5.1 is a significant update. This release combines many user
suggestions with a host of powerful new features and a tremendous speed
Fantasm 5.10 now additionally includes:
Universal Mac OS header files providing a uniform system interface for
assembly language programmers.
Enhanced user interface, to facilitiate a faster and more powerful working
environment including pop-up labels and sequential error jumping.
LXT – a 68K assembly language to PowerPC fragment cross-translator (also
useful as a low level portable language).
Instruction and directive replacement (allowing assemblers, compilers and
cross assemblers to be written using macros).
Additional output options.
More in-built (and faster) directives.
Support for Apple Script ™ and external editors.
New PowerPC instructions.
Fantasm is a high speed PowerPC and 680×0 Macintosh assembly language
development environment. It features a graphical project manager,
high-powered macro processor, syntax coloring/hyperjumping editor, and
assemblers that cater for 68K and both 32- and 64-bit PowerPC instructions
(even to the extent of allowing both instruction sets in the same source
file). Coupled with high-speed linkers, flexible output stages and modular
tool construction Fantasm is the complete Macintosh assembly language
solution. And, of course, it also provides an extremely fast edit-run cycle.
Fast 030 based Macintosh or upwards.
4 megabytes free RAM.
16 color 640*480 display (256 colors prefered)
20 Megabytes free hard drive space.
CD ROM required for installation.
Concessionary price (unemployed, students etc.): USD76
Full details and a demo version/documentation can be found on our WWW
Press contact: Stuart Ball
Sales and information: Robert Probin