More than 1 decade ago, I learnt a bit of 68K assembly programming on computer architecture class. We used Easy68K, which was pretty powerful:
- Had virtual hardware support (keyboard, monitor, speaker etc), which was useful for making games or visual simulation.
- Pretty nice debugger
Unfortunately it’s Windows only and most likely isn’t on active development. I already found one: Tricky68K. Would love to see more alternatives.
Are there any OS’s for the 68000 that are not GUI interfaced?
Microsoft’s Xenix for the TRS-80 Model 16 and Tandy 6000 had no GUI.
I don’t think the original Sun workstations had a GUI. They could certainly be used without one even after one became available. SunWindows, was it called?
From aging decrepit memory, Sun had NeWS before moving to X11.
Before NeWS, there was the un-lamented SunView. The Sun sites I worked in skipped NeWS entirely and went to X11.