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2010-03-16 20:44
Mace

Registered: May 2002
Posts: 1780
What assembler/compiler are you using?

Since I kind of switched from 64TASS to Kick Assembler, I was wondering what the other coders use as coding tool?
Still working on the C64 with TASM or do you use one of the cross development compilers?
 
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2010-05-11 19:20
Zone
Account closed

Registered: Nov 2002
Posts: 7
I use ca65. I mostly code applications and it suits me well. It surely is a bit of work to start a new project, creating Makefiles and such, but once the project grows, it becomes really handy.

On a real C64 I prefer Fairlight's XASS (a heavily modified TASS for REU units). Unlike Style's new TMP+REU, it not only backups your soure and assembler but also the included REU monitor and all of your gfx/msx data - making machine crashes less frustrating. :)
2010-05-12 13:50
Martin Piper

Registered: Nov 2007
Posts: 400
I'm still using ACME with extra tweaks to add label saving for VICE and proper library search paths. You can get the full sources from http://www.wellytop.com/C64.html
2010-05-18 09:07
AlexC

Registered: Jan 2008
Posts: 270
Maybe a bit off topic but I find it interesting: I started to transfer my dev tools to AmigaOS 4.1. Vice works quite well with exception of sound problems, and Exomizer works perfectly :)
2010-05-18 10:52
Frantic

Registered: Mar 2003
Posts: 1373
@Alex: I have executable versions of pucrunch and ACME that work on Amiga 500 with kickstart 1.3. :)
2010-05-18 13:25
AlexC

Registered: Jan 2008
Posts: 270
Quote: @Alex: I have executable versions of pucrunch and ACME that work on Amiga 500 with kickstart 1.3. :)

Cool :D This is the power of standard C library - you can compile one code on many platforms and it should work.

Since AmigaOS 4.1 you have Python included as part of core operating system so it makes all my tools available on this platform.
2010-05-18 19:20
Case

Registered: Aug 2002
Posts: 85
Out of interest, is there anyone who can read amiga disks and transfer the files to the pc ?, I would like to get my old source code from the amiga to pc so i can continue and improve some of them.

2010-05-18 22:29
AlexC

Registered: Jan 2008
Posts: 270
Quote: Out of interest, is there anyone who can read amiga disks and transfer the files to the pc ?, I would like to get my old source code from the amiga to pc so i can continue and improve some of them.



Well, if you have lots of them I'd take a look at Catweasel MK4plus - works perfectly well with Amiga disks even on standard PC floppy drive.
2010-05-18 22:59
Ervin

Registered: May 2008
Posts: 13
Quote: Out of interest, is there anyone who can read amiga disks and transfer the files to the pc ?, I would like to get my old source code from the amiga to pc so i can continue and improve some of them.



If you have a real Amiga and a serial cable, you can transfer it to the PC. Look for "ADF sender terminal" at adfsender.stoeggl.com.
2010-05-20 03:22
plagueis
Account closed

Registered: Dec 2007
Posts: 48
Regarding Assemblers I use Turbo Assembler that comes with Coder's Orgasm v3, and occationally other versions. Often, when convenient, I have a cartridge plugged in simultaneously, for an even lower level look if I need it.

I like what Slammer said about how everyone defines their own level of "retro-ness" even if it was meant to be sarcastic, it contains more than a grain of truth.

For me it's about getting as close to the cpu and VICII as I can, and for now, I want to stay there and learn as much as I can. Later on I'm sure I'll want to take advantage of the powerful features found in modern cross assemblers.

-DP
2010-05-20 11:36
daison

Registered: May 2005
Posts: 90
KickAsm
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