In this new version I added support for the Atari DOS file format, which uses the .xex extension. This file format can load one or more Chunks of data to the chosen memory locations, and it can optionally auto-start the program after loading. You need to use Segments to make this work, but everything else is automated. Check out the Atari 800 example project's source code and read about this addition in the documentation.
Hello World example code loaded and launched in an Atari 800 emulator
The Windows version has been updated too, and now it checks a different URL for updates. There won't be any real deviation from the .Net Core version though, it may just stop getting updated at a certain point.
See the documentation for details.
Download the latest version from the Retro Assembler page!