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Relaunch64 V3.3.4   [2015]

Relaunch64 V3.3.4 Released by :
Payday [web]

Release Date :
9 September 2015

Type :
Other Platform C64 Tool

Website :
http://www.popelganda.de/relaunch64.html

User rating:awaiting 5 votes (5 left)

Credits :
Code .... Soci of Singular, The IDE64 project, VICE Team
  Testicle of Payday
Idea .... Testicle of Payday
Help .... Soci of Singular, The IDE64 project, VICE Team

Download :
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/141492/Relaunch64_3.3.4_Linux_jar.zip (downloads: 135)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/141490/Relaunch64_3.3.4_Windows_exe.zip (downloads: 73)
http://csdb.dk/getinternalfile.php/141491/Relaunch64_3.3.4_OS_X_app.zip (downloads: 45)

Look for downloads on external sites:
 Pokefinder.org


User Comment
Submitted by Testicle on 10 September 2015
The new tokenizer removes non-escaped back slashes, which may break user scripts that have enquoted file paths with whitespaces. Current workaround, as Soci suggested: use double back slashes (so "C:\\my path\\64tass.exe" instead of the former possible "C:\my path\64tass.exe"). I'll probably revert this change in a quick hot fix update.
User Comment
Submitted by soci on 9 September 2015
Oswald: I help in some parts only, Testicle is the lead in this one.
User Comment
Submitted by Testicle on 9 September 2015
No, it is no new bug, converting the script line works as intended. Perhaps it's a JRE issue? Have you tried to move kickass.jar into another directory with no white spaces in the file path, and then don't surround the path with quotes?
User Comment
Submitted by Testicle on 9 September 2015
> Double the backslashes manually, for now. The escaping mechanism is not platform dependent yet, as it seems

It already worked, so it must be a bug introduced by one of the new command line features. Is filed this issue at GitHub, so I don't forget it.
User Comment
Submitted by Oswald on 9 September 2015
relaunch is done by soci ? I must try it then :)
User Comment
Submitted by Snabel on 9 September 2015
Double slashes works :) thanks!
User Comment
Submitted by Groepaz on 9 September 2015
or use forward slashes, windows should swallow them too :)
User Comment
Submitted by soci on 9 September 2015
Double the backslashes manually, for now. The escaping mechanism is not platform dependent yet, as it seems.
User Comment
Submitted by Snabel on 9 September 2015
From the log:

[INFO] Executing script "KickAss"
[INFO] Processing script-line: java -jar "C:\Program Files (x86)\KickAssembler\KickAss.jar" RSOURCEFILE
[INFO] Converted script-line: java -jar "C:\Program Files (x86)\KickAssembler\KickAss.jar" labyrint 2.asm
[WARNING] Undefined escape sequence: \P
[WARNING] Undefined escape sequence: \K
[WARNING] Undefined escape sequence: \K
User Comment
Submitted by Snabel on 9 September 2015
I get this error when trying to compile

Error: Unable to access jarfile C:rogram Files (x86)ickAssemblerickAss.jar

Seems like it ate the \ chars and the first char of each folder/filename.

The script i made by dragging files to the script window. Worked perfectly in v3.3.3

I am new to Relaunch64 so i might be doing something wrong :)
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