Pgmr5 is a dos program that will bootload your .s19 files into almost any of the 68hc(7)05 family members that have SCI or similar serial functions. You should be able to find a circuit to accomplish this in the Motorola data sheet for the particular Microcontroller of interest.
Harris used to second source some HC05's but is no more. Here is a copy of their assembler: HASM
Stack is a set of subroutines to implement PUSH & PULL for the A & X registers.
Math16 is a 16 bit math package from an old HITACHI handbook.
Martin K÷gler offers a free set of tools to develop software for EIB (european installation bus) buscoupler.
MCU Fluxfocus has the old EVM05 manual on its site for those who need it.
Jean-Michel Roux has his M48Z02 Loader. You have a MC68705P3 programmer? If you want to replace the 2716 EPROM used to store the code to program in the microcontroller using the STMicroelectronics M48Z02 NVRAM, this hardware and its associated software enable you to download your S-Record file (S19) in the M48Z02.
Several versions of HC705 may be programmed with Lucid Technologies' LP120
Electronics has a 68HC705P9 programmer kit.
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