reloc65 - relocator for o65 object files

          reloc65 [OPTION]... FILE...

          reloc65 is a relocator for files in the o65 object format.

          -o filename
               Set output filename. The default is a.o65.

          -v   Verbose output.

          -b? addr
               Relocate segment ? to addr.  ? should be t, d, b or z
               to represent the text, data, bss or zero segment
               respectively. See the xa(1) man page for an

          -x?  Extract segment ? from the file instead of writing back
               the whole file. Valid arguments are t and d for the
               text or data segment respectively. Not valid for bss or

          -X   Extract text and data segment together from the file
               instead of writing back the whole file. Relocating data
               segment to the end of the text segment and bss segment
               to the end of the data segment (-xd and -xb options
               override the derived address) before extracting.

          -C cputype
               Define a new CPU type for the output file. Available
               values are:

               6502 - documented 6502 opcodes only

               NMOS6502 - 6502 plus undocumented opcodes

               65SC02 - extends 6502 with CMOS opcodes, except for
               BBR/BBS/SMB and RMB

               65C02 - extends 65SC02 with the BBR/BBS/SMB and RMB

               65CE02 - extends 65C02 with additional CE-specific

               65816 - 65816 in 6502 emulation mode; extends 65SC02

               Show summary of options.

               Show version of program.

          file65(1), ldo65(1), uncpk(1), dxa(1), xa(1)

          This manual page was written by David Weinehall
          <> and Cameron Kaiser <>.
          Original xa package (C)1989-1997 Andre Fachat. Additional
          changes (C)1989-2024 Andre Fachat, Jolse Maginnis, David
          Weinehall and Cameron Kaiser. The current maintainer is
          Cameron Kaiser.


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